7) Ralph Wendell Burhoe, "The Source of Civilization in the Natural Selection of Coadapted
Information in Genes and Culture," Zygon 11, no.
competitors: the flowering seasons of hummingbird-pollinated plants in a tropical forest.
This disruption of coadapted
pollination has already been documented (Parmesan, 2006).
In order to survive, memes form coadapted
complexes which display their integrative tendencies.
Hybridisation between genetically distinct populations which are adapted to their local environments may modify the interaction between genes and environment producing less fit offspring, and lead to the disruption of coadapted
gene complexes and exogamic depression.
In the native range, hosts and their parasites are usually coadapted
as a result of the long history of coevolution, so that parasites are rarely highly virulent to their hosts (May & Anderson 1983, Taraschewski 2006).
Seed size, life span and germination date as coadapted
features of plant life history.
The genetic covariance between the three factors belongs to the nonadditive variety, which suggests that the three factors coevolved and are mutually coadapted
through directional selection (Figueredo & Rushton, 2009).
Through the selective process, mutually supportive components of ideologies will naturally emerge as coadapted
Lewis says that understanding ancient microbiomes provides a better picture of microbiomes as they coadapted
with our ancestors.
In short, Solanaceae seem to have coadapted
their seed dispersal syndromes to the available bird and bat dispersers in each region.
is the object of David Sutcliffe's desire in this gay film noir directed by David Moreton (Edge of Seventeen), who coadapted
James Robert Baker's novel with frequent Advocate contributor Dennis Hensley.