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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbiologistbi‧ol‧o‧gist /baɪˈɒlədʒɪst $ -ˈɑːl-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  someone who studies or works in biology
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biologistCantor, who was pushing sixty, had an international reputation as a cell biologist.Many birds follow the first object they see, be it parent or biologist, and take it as a role model.That would be a hard assertion to make, since their own biologists have already suggested hundreds of miles.Many distasteful insects have bright coloration which, so biologists suppose, has evolved as a protection against predators.Keiko suffers from skin lesions, malnutrition and a weak immune system, biologists say.In turn it means that adaptive evolution may be faster than biologists had thought.It could lead to changes in the way biologists monitor the species, as well as efforts to boost the dwindling population.
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