evolution

(Learning Modules / Biology / DNA / Glossary) The theory that all living things have been produced from simpler, more primitive ones by a series of gradual changes brought about by chance over immense periods of time.

Evolution

a change in the allele frequencies within a population
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EVolution

EVolution is a research project funded by the European Commission under The 7th Framework Programme in the Green Cars initiative. It started 1 October 2012 with a duration of 4 years. The objective of the project is to develop new materials which will significantly reduce the weight of the new generation of hybrid- and electrical vehicles. Advance...
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Evolution

Uniform sequence of practiced steps by squad carrying out common tasks such as selection and placement of ladders, stowing hoses in hose bed, putting hoses and tools into service in particular patterns; intended to result in predictability during emergencies.
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evolution

(ev″ә-loo´shәn) the process of development in which an organ or organism becomes more and more complex by the differentiation of its parts; a continuous and progressive change according to certain laws and by means of resident forces. convergent evolution the devel...
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Evolution

(from the article `Mondrian, Piet`) ...material elements began to merge with the overall spiritual message of his work. He concentrated on depicting large forms in nature, such as the ...
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evolution

(L: ex=out of; volvere to roll; to evolve) 1) the concept that life comes only from existing life, and that living things change, giving rise to new life forms. 2) gradual development from a simple form to a more complex one.
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evolution

(L. evolutio, from e out + volvere to roll) 1. an unrolling. 2. a process of development in which an organ or organism becomes more and more complex by the differentiation of its parts; a continuous and progressive change according to certain laws and by means of resident forces.
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evolution

[n] - (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms
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Evolution

• (n.) The formation of an involute by unwrapping a thread from a curve as an evolute. • (n.) The act of unfolding or unrolling; hence, in the process of growth; development; as, the evolution of a flower from a bud, or an animal from the egg. • (n.) That theory of generation which supposes the germ to preexist in the parent, and its...
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evolution

organic evolution noun (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms
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Evolution

(MATHEMATICS) In mathematics, evolution is the process of extracting the roots of numbers or quantities.
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Evolution

[advertisement] The advert was a critical, popular, and financial success. It won a number of awards in the advertising industry, including two Cannes Lions Grand Prix awards and an Epica D`Or. It has been discussed in many mainstream television programmes and print publications, and the exposure generated by the spot has been estimated to ...
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Evolution

[AJPW] == History == === Last Revolution (2012–2013) === On October 21, 2012, two longtime `generational rivals`, Joe Doering and Suwama, faced each other in a match, which ended in a draw, after both men were counted out of the ring. After Suwama successfully pleaded for the match to be restarted, it ended in another draw less than three...
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Evolution

[journal] Evolution, the International Journal of Organic Evolution, is a monthly scientific journal that publishes significant new results of empirical or theoretical investigations concerning facts, processes, mechanics, or concepts of evolutionary phenomena and events. Evolution is published by the Society for the Study of Evolution. Its...
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Evolution

[Markus Schulz Radio show] Evolution is a weekly radio show hosted by Markus Schulz on the Sirius XM Radio network. The show began in June 2008 and features two 1 hour continuous mixes. Evolution originally aired exclusively on Sirius Satellite Radio channel Area 38. However, since the merger between Sirius and XM Satellite Radio was finali...
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Evolution

[party game] Evolution is a party game for both children and adults. It can be played either indoors or outdoors, although because of the movement involved, it usually requires a large amount of space. In Evolution, participants go through several different stages of evolution, until finally becoming human. Each stage is distinguished by a ...
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Evolution

[professional wrestling] Evolution was a professional wrestling stable in WWE. They originally were a part of WWE`s Raw brand between 2003 and 2005. At the height of its original existence, the group consisted of Triple H, Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista. Evolution slowly began dissolving in 2004 and lost their respective titles (Interco...
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Evolution

[puroresu] ===Music of the Final Fantasy series (3rd supplementary nomination)=== Following XIII (2010) and XIII-2 (2013), I have, this time along with {ping|ProtoDrake|p=}, gotten Music of Final Fantasy XIV created and up to GA-class. As such, it needs to be tacked on to this topic as it`s third supplemental nomination and 21st article. Th...
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Evolution

[radio network] Evolution is a radio station platform on iHeartRadio and on Clear Channel`s HD2 radio and FM translators across the United States that plays commercial free Dance/EDM music 24/7. To this day, Clear Channel is now known as iHeartMedia, Inc. as of September 16, 2014. ==History== Evolution was launched on November 19, 2012 as a...
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Evolution

[software] Evolution (formerly Novell Evolution and Ximian Evolution, prior to Novell`s 2003 acquisition of Ximian) is the official personal information manager for GNOME. It has been an official part of GNOME since Evolution 2.0 was included with the GNOME 2.8 release in September 2004. It combines e-mail, address book, calendar, task list...
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Evolution

[Subhumans EP] Evolution is the fourth extended play released by the anarcho-punk band Subhumans. It was also the band`s first vinyl release on their own label, Bluurg Records (bar the `Wessex `82` split EP). The EP was also released as part of the 1985 `EP-LP` compilation, which compiles the band`s first four EP`s onto a single record. ==T...
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Evolution

[term] The English noun evolution (from Latin ēvolūtiō `unfolding, unrolling`) refers to any kind of gradual change. It is used in biology, of biological evolution, in economics, historical linguistics, and many other technical fields where systems develop or change gradually over time, e.g. stellar evolution, cultural evolution, the evo...
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evolution

Click images to enlargeSlow gradual process of change from one form to another, as in the evolution of the universe from its formation to its present state, or in the evolution of life on Earth. In biology, it is the process by which life has developed by stages from single-celled organisms into the multiplicity of an...
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Evolution

Ev`o·lu'tion noun [ Latin evolutio an unrolling: confer French évolution evolution. See Evolve .] 1. The act of unfolding or unrolling; hence, in the process of growth; development; as, the evolution of a flower from a bud, or an animal from the egg. 2. A...
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