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A term used by the American naturalist Janine Benyus in Biomimicry (1997) to describe features of plants and animals that maximize efficient interaction with the ecosystem, and to advocate human use of similar design features in dwellings, appliances, and equipment that replicate natural systems.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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