From: derek gatherer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 05 Aug 2003 - 09:50:08 GMT
--- AaronLynch@aol.com wrote: > In a message dated
> do please
> quote that
> definition verbatim in its entirety, again with
> source and
> page numbers.
You're looking for something along the lines of:
REPLICATOR: noun, c.1976. An entity which ...... and
is further defined by.....
in the space of a paragraph or so. I doubt if you'll
find anything like that, as it isn't the style of the
biology literature to provide that kind of thing - too
many exceptions, too messy a subject. There is a
secondary literature, eg. the Penguin Dictionary of
Biology, where you can look up definitions, but these
are designed for first-year students to get to grips
with the terminology, rather than being any 'official'
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