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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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To produce quantitatively replicable, empirical knowledge within the field of literary studies is already being accomplished by some evolutionarily minded literary scholars (Carroll et al.
This is useful in thinking about how organisms, widely separated from one another evolutionarily, have mastered the essential task of keeping circadian time and have used this capacity to organize virtually all of their vital functions.
Federal law dictates that all or none of the fish in what's known as an evolutionarily significant unit should be listed, Hogan concluded.
Restricted structural gene polymorphism in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex indicates evolutionarily recent global dissemination.
The battles fought then were hard: from the recognition of AIDS as a nondiscriminating public health crisis to the development of treatment that proved, at best, mediocre against one of the most evolutionarily "clever" viruses to ever ravage humankind.
FIFTEEN evolutionarily distinct stocks of chinook salmon spawn in waters from southern California to Washington and east into Idaho.
Interestingly, only strategies corresponding to a Nash equilibrium, the fundamental concept of noncooperative game theory, have been found to be evolutionarily stable.
Although these organisms are far removed evolutionarily from humans, cellular mechanisms in them are replicated in higher animals: Once nature decides on an evolutionary tack, it sticks to it.
Loosely speaking, an evolutionarily stable strategy is one which can not be successfully invaded.
Case study: C-It, knowledge database for screening evolutionarily conserved, tissue-enriched, uncharacterized genes
The results will help understand stable intra-tumoural cell heterogeneity, why therapies that target growth factors lead to a temporary reduction in tumour growth followed by relapse, and may help devise evolutionarily stable therapies
Its features suggest that Yongjinglong is among the most derived, or evolutionarily advanced, of the Titanosaurs yet discovered from Asia.
There is something special about evolutionarily threatening sounds that infants respond to," Erlich says.
Orders and families are arranged from the most primitive to the most evolutionarily advanced, and species alphabetically by Latin name.
Here we summarize the evidence that low brain 5-HT signals a metabolic imbalance that is evolutionarily conserved and not specific for any specific psychiatric diagnosis.
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