2 edition of Very Long Term Evolution of A System of Regions. found in the catalog.
Very Long Term Evolution of A System of Regions.
Netherlands Economic Institute.
|Series||Netherlands Economic Institute Series: Foundations of Empirical Economic Research -- 74/03|
|Contributions||Klaassen, L., Klein, P., Paelinck, J.|
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Evolvability is defined as the capacity of a system for adaptive bility is the ability of a population of organisms to not merely generate genetic diversity, but to generate adaptive genetic diversity, and thereby evolve through natural selection.
In order for a biological organism to evolve by natural selection, there must be a certain minimum probability that new, heritable.
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There is no precise scientific definition for this term, but it is often used to. Sociology and Sorokin () took to the task. As had another prominent sociologist with an enduring interest in long-term processes, Norbert Elias, who in The Civilizing Process ( ) provided a detailed sociological account of the advance of civilization and the process of state formation in Europe.
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So far, only a couple of transgenerational studies on the lab plant Arabidopsis thaliana provide detailed data on long-term inheritance of epigenetic tags. They show that some tags are dynamic and some static, with the static markers tending to reside with non-coding regions of DNA.
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