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Sensu stricto

sensu stricto

(Science: zoology) In the strict sense, in the narrow sense. most often used to indicate the nominate subordinate taxon etc.). Or it may just indicate exclusion of similar taxa sometimes united with it.

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Re: Origin of life

... matter of fact I want to remind you that the apparition of life do not stricto sensu concern evolution. Evolution applies only to organisms that reproduce and compete for ...

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by canalon
Fri Dec 23, 2005 7:47 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Origin of life
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