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Sentence count:151+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: epidemiologistbiologicalecologistapologistpsychologistarchaeologistornithologistpaleontologistMeaning: [baɪ'ɒlədʒɪst]  n. (biology) a scientist who studies living organisms. 
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1, The biologist advanced a new theory of life.
2, She's a research biologist for a pharmaceutical company.
3, The blue plaque said 'Charles Darwin, biologist, lived here'.
4, As a biologist, my main interest has been human genetics.
5, The biologist stained the specimen before looking at it through the microscope.
6, Susi Arnott is a biologist.
7, Keith, by training and inclination, is a cell biologist.
8, On one occasion a biologist found a two-year-old goat and a golden eagle locked together at the foot of a cliff.
9, She had early ambitions to be a marine biologist, and always claimed that lack of formal educational opportunity prevented her.
10, First, every biologist knows that most body cells of most animals are diploid; they contain two sets of chromosomes.
11, It provides a good training for any biologist because it looks at living organisms from many different viewpoints.
12, Biologist Linda Leigh would later spend three weeks in the small glass shed.
13, Some of Hamilton's biologist colleagues were therefore embarrassed by his conversion to an unfashionable conspiracy theory.
14, Functioning as a biologist, he became vividly aware of, and impressed by, the interaction of mollusks with their environment.
15, But Darwin was a much better biologist and thinker than most of those who have come after him.
16, Another Volunteer, a biologist, started to work as an informal research assistant,[] but did not enter the classroom.
17, The biologist is willing to reduce efficiency in the interest of sustaining the catch.
18, Recently, John Fagin, an internationally recognized molecular biologist and former genetic engineer from Fairfield, Iowa, made a stand.
19, However it was then pointed out by a biologist that tiny movements by the plant could explain these variations.
20, Food for thought on a wet day for both the developmental and evolutionary biologist.
21, It's obvious from the apparatus what he's been doing, and any competent biologist could duplicate the work.
22, Many birds follow the first object they see, be it parent or biologist, and take it as a role model.
23, Piaget s system for conceptualizing intellectual development was greatly influenced by his early training and work as a biologist.
24, Those who knew of his predilections often wondered why he had not become a botanist, an entomologist, a biologist.
25, Natural science managers usually start as a chemist, physicist, biologist, or other natural scientist.
26, Yes, he was medically qualified, as well as being a biologist.
27, The resulting images were also viewed by a plant biologist.
28, But that is what Jim believed, and as a biologist he suspected that science might one day bear him out.
29, He is - was - an extremely competent forensic biologist, but I doubt whether he would have gone any higher.
30, In another we see the same man, older, studiously working over a microscope as a marine biologist.
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