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From Paper: Biological invasions in agricultural settings: Insights from evolutionary biology and population genetics
Published: Aug 2016
From Paper: Biological invasions in agricultural settings: Insights from evolutionary biology and population genetics
Published: Aug 2016
  • Biological invasions are major ecological phenomena that influence biodiversity by shaping the worldwide distribution of species. In recent times, they have become a significant element in global change and have been accused of having adverse effects on public health, the economy and biodiversity.
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From Paper: Evolutionary Plant Breeding as a Response to the Complexity of Climate Change
Published: Nov 2020
From Paper: Evolutionary Plant Breeding as a Response to the Complexity of Climate Change
Published: Nov 2020
  • Climate change is one of the processes that have already overstepped the safe planetary boundaries, together with the rate of biodiversity loss and human interference with the nitrogen and phosphorus cycles. The three processes are related to agriculture and, as such, to both food safety and food security, and ultimately to human health. Adaptation to climate change is a difficult breeding objective because of its complexity, its unpredictability, and its location specificity. However, one strategy exists, which is based on a more dynamic use of agrobiodiversity in agriculture through the cultivation of evolutionary populations. In this review, we show how the translation into agricultural practice of nearly 100 years of research on evolutionary populations and mixtures is able to address the complexity of climate change while stabilizing yield, decreasing the use of most agrochemicals, thus reducing emissions and producing healthy food.
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From Paper: Cell Biology: Scaling and the Emergence of Evolutionary Cell Biology
Published: Mar 2015
From Paper: Cell Biology: Scaling and the Emergence of Evolutionary Cell Biology
Published: Mar 2015
  • Proper formation of the spindle is important for accurate segregation of the chromosomes into daughter cells as mitosis progresses.
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Published: Jun 2010
Published: Jun 2010
  • Anisogamy has evolved independently in several different groups of organisms, but the green algae seem particularly promising for studying this evolutionary change [1] because some taxa, including Chlamydomonas species, are isogamous, with no gamete size differences, while others, including Volvox species, are anisogamous.
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From Paper: Evolutionary Theories in Manufacturing: Inspiration from Biology, Society, and Evolutionary Computing
Published: Mar 2011
From Paper: Evolutionary Theories in Manufacturing: Inspiration from Biology, Society, and Evolutionary Computing
Published: Mar 2011
  • Biological and social evolution are extremely complex processes that are difficult to understand in detail; however, simplistic metaphors are commonly used to explain these processes in schools and non-scientific arenas.
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Published: Jul 2018
Published: Jul 2018
  • Over one billion years ago, a bacterium (or bacterial population) was engulfed and retained by a cell related to the Asgard lineage of Archaea [
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From Paper: Mild SARS-CoV-2 infections in children might be based on evolutionary biology and linked with host reactive oxidative stress and antioxidant capabilities
Published: Jun 2020
From Paper: Mild SARS-CoV-2 infections in children might be based on evolutionary biology and linked with host reactive oxidative stress and antioxidant capabilities
Published: Jun 2020
  • • Mild SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) infections in children might be linked with evolutionary biology. • Similarity of tissue metabolism between children and bats is likely to be influential in mild SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) infections in children. • Severity of SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) infections might be based on host reactive oxidative stress (ROS) and antioxidant capacity. • Antioxidants can be considered as first the line agents in prevention and treatment of severe SARS-COV-2 infections.
  • Mild SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) infections in children might be linked with evolutionary biology. • Similarity of tissue metabolism between children and bats is likely to be influential in mild SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) infections in children.
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Authors: de Carvalho, Julie Ferreira, et al
Published: Dec 2020
Authors: de Carvalho, Julie Ferreira, et al
Published: Dec 2020
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Authors: Lalande, Lucas D., et al
Published: Dec 2020
Authors: Lalande, Lucas D., et al
Published: Dec 2020
  • very informative about the role of aging on body mass of elephants in both males and females
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Authors: Maksim Beliaev, Dana Zöllner, Alexandra Pacureanu, Paul Zaslansky, Igor Zlotnikov
Published: Jan 2021
Authors: Maksim Beliaev, Dana Zöllner, Alexandra Pacureanu, Paul Zaslansky, Igor Zlotnikov
Published: Jan 2021
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