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Meanings and phrases
- of or relating to or produced by evolution
- a general direction of evolutionary change
- The game is inspired by the evolutionary biology.
- He is known for comparative studies in evolutionary biology.
- Her expertise was in the ecology and evolutionary biology of copepods.
- Past species have also left records of their evolutionary history.
- The evolutionary history of this group is currently poorly understood.
- The evolutionary history of the primates can be traced back 65 million years.
- Boas initially broke with evolutionary theory over the issue of kinship.
- He claimed to provide a new evolutionary theory to replace neo-Darwinism.
- Her research focussed on using "Drosophila melanogaster" to understand evolutionary theory.
- Several mid-level evolutionary theories inform evolutionary psychology.
- It is relevant in game theory, behavioural ecology, and evolutionary psychology.
- He added however, "The deployment of evolutionary psychology is, however, only partially successful.
- This immense number led the evolutionary biologist J.
- ANOVA was developed by statistician and evolutionary biologist Ronald Fisher.
- David Mindell David P. Mindell is an American evolutionary biologist and author.
- The evolutionary relationships of the Borneo shark are uncertain.
- The evolutionary relationships of the smalltail shark are uncertain.
- The evolutionary relationships of the Pondicherry shark are uncertain.
- An evolutionary process is an additional argument for SITG.
- The five-year waiting period was established in 1954 after an evolutionary process.
- They provided a wealth of details used to attack the theory of a single evolutionary process.
- After the chimpanzee and human lineages diverged, both underwent substantial evolutionary change.
- Other naturalists of this time speculated on the evolutionary change of species over time according to natural laws.
- The comparative importance of adaptive and non-adaptive forces in driving evolutionary change is an area of current research.