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Synonyms for evolution

a progression from a simple form to a more complex one

a calculated change in position

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

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Conservation group EDGE, which stands for Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered was set up to raise awareness of the world's most endangered species.
But, even scientists and biologists are beginning to think that hope, this unreasonable expectation, may be evolutionarily valuable, because many of the actions that help us survive are the product of hope and not the product of reason.
UK) present the proceedings of a November 2008 workshop bringing together researchers studying the morphologically separated, yet evolutionarily connected, stars in the upper blue and red sections of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, which have typically been studied separately in spite of their connections.
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small, evolutionarily conserved noncoding RNAs that regulate gene expression and have been implicated in disease pathogenesis.
Our earlier work, funded by the Alzheimer's Research Trust, has demonstrated that many of the relevant biochemical pathways are evolutionarily conserved between us and flies.
It appears that the stereotype of women being positively influenced by a man's status is true and, evolutionarily speaking, this makes sense.
EDGE is the acronym for the Zoological Society of London's Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered project.
Discover how Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) animals live.
The seven protein fragments appear to match most closely amino acid sequences found in collagen of present-day chickens, lending support to a recent and somewhat controversial proposal that birds and dinosaurs are evolutionarily related.
Many seemingly irrational human decisions observed by behavioral economists can also be explained by the dominance of evolutionarily old emotional responses.
Lopez's is a portrait of elements too powerful to stop but too dumb to realize that they're evolutionarily screwed.
One could argue it has nothing to do with religion, that it is evolutionarily derived.
Hawkins focuses mainly on the cortex, the most evolutionarily recent part of the brain.
157-58): (1) with regard to freedom, our actions are not determined by our evolutionary inclinations, (2) we sin "because we have natural, evolutionarily necessary desires that may become inordinate, especially in environments different from that in which our ancestors evolved," (3) "Charity is not natural to us, although it can arise in us by naturalistic means.
They theorize that cortisol (the body's stress hormone) is a major culprit in directing fat to the abdomen, and evolutionarily speaking, the body is programmed to get its energy primarily by pouring sugar (in the form of glucose) into the bloodstream to handle stressful situations.
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