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Synonyms for evolution

Synonyms for evolution

a progression from a simple form to a more complex one

a calculated change in position

Synonyms for evolution

a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage)

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However, in the evolutional process, several sites in the three conserved motifs of GNA were probably mutated, thus it would result in the changes of carbohydrate affinity.
In the Greiner's model it is claimed that a developing company passes through five evolutional stages, which match with the particular management stages where typical crisis situations can be formed out.
Evolutional gradients: trade-off between parental care and fecundity.
Yanagida (Osaka University Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences) and Ishii (Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology, Japan Science and Technology Agency) gather pioneers in the field of single molecule science to show how to set up and interpret a single molecule experiment.
As a result we have seen increased emphasis on the use of evolutional computing to solve these problems (Rivas-Davalos et al.
First, ASMC began the evolutional shift from a social networking society to a professional development society.
A case of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis preceded by epileptic seizures: evolutional EEG changes.
According to evolutional history, Peking duck appeared two hundred years ago.
Stephens, "Joseph LeConte's Evolutional Idealism: A Lamarckian View of Cultural History," Journal of the History of Ideas 39 (July-Sept.
Rostow's seminal work (1971) reclaims Social Darwinism to explain development as a process of evolutional succession in stages, where human societies leave a rudimentary model until they arrive at a western industrialized civilization consumption model, which is considered unique and universal.
Hughes' article, "House Bill 7203: Growth Management Reform--Fixing the Glitches, Pipelining, Streamlining, and Other Evolutional Changes" appeared in the October 2007 issue of the Journal in the Environmental and Land Use Law column.
Justice Rehnquist's choice to weave it into his opinion is clearly for the purpose of holding that abortion is not a fundamental right--even though the evolutional approach to constitutional interpretation that accompanied Justice Cardozo's use of the phrase is one that Justice Rehnquist would explicitly reject.
The relationship between Dhivehi and Sinhalese is not only the most important objective when the history of the language is concerned, but an also indispensable means for judging the evolutional background of certain dialectical phenomena occurring in Dhivehi.
the growth of civilization as an evolutional battle which requires the
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