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a geological change in the mineral content of rock after the rock has formed

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But perhaps, taking behavioural genetics one step further would be to examine the contributions offered by probabilistic epigenesis model.
El cambio evolutivo como epigenesis probabilistica lleva a la existencia de niveles y clusteres.
Daneben lenkt sie einen grossen Teil der Aufmerksamkeit von den Debatten um Praeformation und Epigenesis und die zugehorigen Erklarungsmodelle Nicolaas Hartsoeckers, William Harveys und Friedrich Blumenbachs u.
MerleauPonty shares Heidegger's rejection of vitalism in entelechy, but he analyses specific scientific work, such as Coghill's experiments on the axolotl lizard embryo and Gesell's studies of the development of the human embryo, to support his proposals about the principles of emergence in epigenesis.
Yet, the Hegelian emphasis on the development of consciousness and on the dialectical progression of the logical Concept (Begriff) may perhaps be said to provide a more adequate correlate for Kant's analogy to weak epigenesis than the latter's own transcendental
Epigenesis, this newer theory, proposed an energy that develops within the organism itself, demonstrating an autonomy that challenged theories of divine control.
Several arguments are given to justify a new theory, mainly based on present interpretation of different phenomena such as endosymbiosis, reticulate evolution, the modern synthesis of embryonic development and evolution (evo-devo), phenotypic plasticity, epigenesis, evolvability, and the several evolutionary mechanisms: natural selection, gene flow, genetic drift, fusion of genomes and gene fragments, epigenetic mechanisms such as methylation of DNA, tool kits, regulatory cis-elements, hybridization and polyploidy.
Gottlieb, Wahlsten y Lickliter (1997) presentan una concepcion bidireccional, probabilistica e indeterminada, denominada epigenesis probabilistica (probabilistic epigenesis), para expresar una nocion interactiva entre ambiente (fisico, social y cultura), comportamiento y actividad genetica.
Esto significa que a lo largo del desarrollo tienen una epigenesis diferencial que condiciona el tipo de eficacia resolutiva del individuo.
Los caracteres de la epigenesis se pueden encontrar en el desarrollo de las operaciones y estructuras logico-matematicas de la inteligencia en lo que se refiere a una cierta constancia o uniformidad sucesiva del desarrollo, sean cuales fueren las particularidades culturales y sociales en la que se forman los individuos.
Tomando como punto de vista de la dinamica de la vida--la epigenesis regulativa--un paradigma de lo vivo recientemente alcanzado por las ciencias biologicas, los procesos cognitivos sensibles o intelectuales, emocionales, el comportamiento o la conducta, etc.
Comprehending epigenesis in decision-making development: The information system for vocational decisions.
12) Waxman (1991: 249-263) desarrolla una interpretacion de la teoria de la experiencia segun el modelo de epigenesis de modo mas sistematico.
La propuesta kantiana para guiar el examen de la diversificacion originaria del hombre en razas se basa en la adopcion del denominado sistema de la epigenesis (1), que permite orientarse en la teleologia que muestra el hombre entendido como mero producto natural.
The use of epigenetic interlayer solution of some accessory minerals for establishing the time of formation of oil deposits // Epigenesis and its mineral indicators / A.