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Continuous change characterizes both living organisms and their physical
environment. Many of these changes occur irregularly and are termed aperiodic.
Examples include the irregular variations in temperature, light, humidity, and
otherwise its anatomical structure changes relatively little during pregnancy. The
hormones produced by the placenta and the metabolic changes in the maternal
organism, rather than the fetus, are the factors responsible not only for the ...
tionships over time may be gleaned from a comparison of components of the U.S.
wholesale price index at three Changes in cyclical peaks roughly 20 years apart.
Farm prices rose relative relative to industrial prices between 1929 and 1948 ...
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