“Nobody has raised anything specific about biologic weapons in Syria, certainly not in any official context here,” he added.
But these chemicals really are more like examples of biologic warfare, not chemical warfare.
Eugenics is the logical fruition of the progress in biologic science made during the nineteenth century.
It is not merely editors and crowned heads who have a biologic right to say "We."
But to trace love to its biologic beginning is not to deny its existence.
This is a biologic law, and it conditions intellectual and spiritual progress as well.
Fossils also have their biologic relations, and should be studied and arranged in biologic groups.
Yet in the past hundred years the biologic sciences, as we now call them, have marched rapidly onward.
Many young people are led by the biologic teachings of the day to regard man as the utterly helpless product of his environment.
In no branch of natural history are biologic studies more easily carried on, or the biologic facts more remarkable or interesting.
biologic bi·o·log·ic (bī'ə-lŏj'ĭk) or bi·o·log·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
A preparation, such as a drug, a vaccine, or an antitoxin, that is synthesized from living organisms or their products and used as a diagnostic, preventive, or therapeutic agent.
biological bi·o·log·i·cal (bī'ə-lŏj'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, caused by, or affecting life or living organisms.
Having to do with biology.
Related by blood, as in a child's biological parents.