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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class III. Words Relating to Matter
Section III. Organic Matter
1. Vitality
1. Vitality in general
357. Organization.
NOUN:ORGANIZATION, organized world, organized nature, living nature, animated nature; living beings; organic remains; organism, bion [physiological individual]; morphon [morphological individual]; biota, animal and plant life, fauna and flora.
  FOSSILS, fossilization, lapidification, petrification, petrifaction, paleontology or palæontology, paleozoölogy or palæozoölogy; paleontologist or palæontologist.
  [SCIENCE OF LIVING BEINGS] biology, natural history; 1zoölogy [See Zoölogy]; botany [See Botany]; physiology, anatomy, cytology, embryology, organic chemistry, morphology; promorphology, tectology; cell theory or cellular theory, evolution, metabolism; abiogenesis, spontaneous generation; archigenesis (production) [See Production]; biotaxy, ecology or œcology, ontogeny, phylogeny, polymorphism, oxidation, invagination, vertebration.
  Darwinism, Lamarckism, neo-Lamarckism, Weismannism.
  NATURALIST, biologist, zoölogist, botanist, bacteriologist, embryologist, Darwinian.
  PROTOPLASM, plasma or plasm, cytoplasm, metaplasm, karyoplasm, bioplasm, trophoplasm, idioplasm; cell, proteid, protein, albumen, albumin, albuminoid; structure [See Texture]; chromatin; centrosome, nucleolus, karyosome, vacuole, chromosome; protoplast, protozoan, amœba; karyaster, erythroblast, dysmeromorph, antherozoid.
  OVUM, oösperm, zygote, oösphere, oöcyte, oœcium, ovicell, oögonium; oöphyte, oöspore, oögamy, heterogamy, isogamy, oögenesis; gamete, gametophore, gametophyte, sporophyte, sporocyte, sporocyst, sporocarp, cystocarp, sporogonium, sporozoite, gametangium, antheridium or antherid; macrospore, megasporangium; microspore, microsporangium; biophore; spermatozoid, zoöspore, macrogamete, microgamete, spermatozoön, spermatium, spermatia, spermatocyte, spermatogenesis, spermatophore, spermatozoid, spermatozooid; spermogonium, spermary, sperm gland, testis, testicle, ovary; germ cell, blastoderm, mesoblast or mesoplast, meroblast (opp. to holoblast); germinal matter, biogenesis or biogeny, germ plasm or germ plasma, zoöglœa, zooid.
VERB:ORGANIZE, systematize, form, arrange, construct.
  FOSSILIZE, petrify, lapidify, mummify.
ADJECTIVE:ORGANIC, organized; biotic, zooid, zooidal.
  FOSSILIZED, petrified, petrifactive, lapidified; paleontologic, paleontological or palæontological, paleozoölogical or palæozoölogical.
  PROTOPLASMIC, plasmatic or plasmic, cytoplasmic, metaplasmic, karyoplasmic, bioplasmic, trophoplasmic, idioplasmic; cellular, cellulous; proteid, proteinaceous, albuminous or albuminose, albuminoidal, structural; nuclear, nucleate, nucleolar, nucleolate or nucleolated; vacuolar, protoplastic, protozoan, amœbic, amœboid.
  OVARIAN, oviferous, oviparous (opp. to viviparous), ovicular; oöphytic, oösporic, oösporous, oögamous, heterogamous (opp. to autogamous or isogamous); gamic, sporogenous, spermatic, spermatogenetic, spermatoid, spermatophoral, spermatozoal; blastodermic, mesoblastic (opp. to holoblastic), biogenetic, germinal; zoöglœic, zoöglœoid; unsegmentic, diœcious or diecious (opp. to monœcious or monecious).

Note 1. The term natural history is also used as relating to all the objects in Nature whether organic or inorganic, and including, therefore, mineralogy, geology, meteorology, &c. [ back ]



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