anthropogenetic


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Adj.1.anthropogenetic - of or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beingsanthropogenetic - of or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beings
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Ecologically important areas are environments with high biological diversity that can be damaged by the construction of drilling facilities and related anthropogenetic threats [10,26,27].
From the Blumenberg's view (2006), boredom might be considered as the anthropogenetic state in which representatives of all cultures that have been encountered, are encountered and will be encountered as it is an inherent part of the human being.
Highlighting the strong linkages between the landscape, and the corresponding culture which evolved within the Ottoman empire, the application claims that the uniqueness of the region, 'lies in the imprint of their particular cultural and historical journey through time, as it is apparent on both built (anthropogenetic) and natural environment.'