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phy·lo·gen·e·sis

 (fī′lō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
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Noun1.phylogenesis - (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organismsphylogenesis - (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms
Scopes trial - a highly publicized trial in 1925 when John Thomas Scopes violated a Tennessee state law by teaching evolution in high school; Scopes was prosecuted by William Jennings Bryan and defended by Clarence Darrow; Scopes was convicted but the verdict was later reversed
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
anamorphism, anamorphosis - the evolution of one type of organism from another by a long series of gradual changes
anthropogenesis, anthropogeny - the evolution or genesis of the human race
emergent evolution - the appearance of entirely new properties at certain critical stages in the course of evolution
macroevolution - evolution on a large scale extending over geologic era and resulting in the formation of new taxonomic groups
microevolution - evolution resulting from small specific genetic changes that can lead to a new subspecies
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
speciation - the evolution of a biological species
Translations
filogeneza
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Avian hepatitis B viruses: molecular and cellular biology, phylogenesis, and host tropism.
Vitvitskaya LV (1991) Comparative analysis of genome function in brain cells during the formation of adaptive behavior in animals of different levels of ontogenesis and phylogenesis.
Robert Cloninger & Sita Kedia, The Phylogenesis of Human Personality: Identifying the Precursors of Cooperation, Altruism, and Weil-Being, in ORIGINS OF ALTRUISM AND COOPERATION 63, 83 (Robert W.
Phylogenesis : Evolutionary pedigree or genealogical history.
If the ontogenesis of language in any way reflects its phylogenesis, then Vygotsky's remark is pertinent to the question of the role of imaginability in language evolution: "The child prefers the real apple to the imaginary one," yet "it is the imagined apple that will play the crucial role in linguistic meaning" (Vygotsky 1987a, p.
To say that emotions are historical means to say that they do not have a fixed and immutable nature and that they do not belong to an innate nature of individuals, but that, as part of the psychic life, equally to this one, they are subordinated to the process of historical and cultural development and, therefore, change, are transformed along the phylogenesis, the ontogenesis and the sociogenesis.
In natural deaths, the pathological mechanism of the terminal state is gradual, occurring in time, starting from the death of a cell and including all of the organs--the brain included, because it is most susceptible to lack of oxygen; the layers 35 of the cortex are destroyed first, these being the most recent structures in terms of phylogenesis.
The contributors of these thirteen essays examine modifications in communication and psychopathology over time, including brain evolution and phylogenesis (the evolution of language, navigation discourse and the original language), brain abnormalities in schizophrenics (cortex symmetry and language processing, (disordered brain network function in adolescents, corpose callosum communication and language disturbances, structural and functional brain imaging of thought disorders, brain structural abnormalities, social function and psychopathology in schizophrenia) psychopathology ad schizophrenia (hallucinations, morbidity adjustments and linguistic abilities, and thought disorders and cognitive redemption).
Fundamental researches into Daphnia"s molecular phylogenesis in different geographical areas, such as Europe (Schwenk et al.
Plumage color is an important economic trait, which plays a crucial role in determining breed purity and phylogenesis.
Microstructure of Ssin derivatives as a reflection of phylogenesis of vertebrates.