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An adaptive radiation is a rapid evolutionary radiation characterized by an increase in the morphological and ecological diversity of a single, rapidly diversifying lineage. Phenotypes adapt in response to the environment,...
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... of adaptations in the radiation of Angiosperms. ... Adaptive radiation. Co-adaptation. Co-evolution. Ecological trap. Exaptation. Intragenomic conflict ...
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... expands into many environments, the process is termed "adaptive radiation." Adaptive radiation ordinarily involves the development of new species in the new ...
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... and school reports about adaptive radiation easy with credible articles from ... adaptive radiation in biology, the evolution of an ancestral species, which was ...
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Adaptive radiation - 'evolutionary divergence of members of single phyletic line ... 6. Speciation & opportunities for adaptive radiation define size of taxonomic ...
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Their notion of adaptive radiation is provocative, and, to the editors' credit, ... Defining adaptive radiation in this way is inappropriate and, I believe, ...
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Adaptive Radiation. Introduction. All species die and disappear someday. ... Adaptive Radiation. Adaptive radiations are evidence of the earth's capability to ...
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Phylogenetic Analysis of a Major Adaptive Radiation. Motivation ... Was the Ctenotus Adaptive Radiation Driven by Evolution of Thermoregulation? ...
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