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generalism

(ˈdʒɛnərəˌlɪzəm)
n
the practice of studying many different things rather than specializing in one subject
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Due to dietary generalism, the diets of the Harbor Seal populations in the northern CCLME are likely much more diverse and cross-regional than has been presented in individual papers that have focused on Harbor Seal diets in this region.
although whether this abandonment of generalism should be considered detrimental to the project is likely to depend heavily on the political priorities of the reader.
Medical schools need to incorporate a primary care approach in students' curricula, early on, emphasizing generalism, and providing opportunities for rural and ambulatory practice.
Persistence of temperate species of small mammals in northern refugia is facilitated by their biological traits, such as short generation time, high metabolic rate, cold-tolerance, and habitat generalism (Bhagwat & Willis 2008).
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Foundation for a generalism strain theory of crime and delinquency.
The results allow us to foresee the existence of a high degree of generalism in the interaction between flies and bacteria.
Species pool structure determines the level of generalism of island parasitoid faunas.
This paper shows that a novel version of phenomenal generalism can capture both thoughts in a satisfying fashion.