anagenesis

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an·a·gen·e·sis

 (ăn′ə-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
An evolutionary process that involves change from an ancestor species to a descendant species without the branching or splitting off of new taxa.

anagenesis

(ˌænəˈdʒɛnɪsɪs)
n
the progressive evolutionary changes that take place over time in a single genetic lineage
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Bradley had noted something of the obvious indications of a gradual evolution from ape to spearman as exemplified by the several overlapping races of Alalus, club-men and hatchet-men that formed the connecting links between the two extremes with which he, had come in contact.
The market for stent graft balloon catheter has witnessed a gradual evolution from simple stents to the modified balloon stent catheters.
This season, then, has seen further progress, gradual evolution rather than seismic revolution.
She details how Canada's birth was "not a dramatic change that pivots on 1867, but continuity, the gradual evolution that has characterized Canada's constitutional history" (p.
Support the gradual evolution of users from novices to experts as they become more proficient with the UIMS.
Many 5G use cases will require significant changes in the network that cannot be achieved through gradual evolution of LTE.
His poetry can be termed, safely, the best example of gradual evolution. It can be proven by comparing his first poetry book Malgaray (Friend) and second collection of poems and ghazals Sparlay Ba Berta Rashee (The spring will bloom again) with his recent book Sta Da Dar Malang Yam (I am a devotee of your abode).
He illustrated the gradual evolution of regulation along a similar pattern across the world using examples of regional developments in ASEAN, the EU, Latin America, and the U.S., as well as global developments in Codex Alimentarius.
Other secular challenges include growing healthcare consumerism, payer consolidation and the gradual evolution away from the fee for service model.
It's about adapting existing assets and making little changes, learning from it and tweaking it, until you look back and realise that it was not revolution but gradual evolution.
Sialkot -- The country representative United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Nadia Aftab on Sunday has said that Global Environment Facility (GEF) funded project on 'Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation through Water Resource Management in Leather Industrial Zone Development' was the gradual evolution of the successful partnership between UNIDO Government of Pakistan, Sialkot Tannery Zone and Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI).