coadapted


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coadapted

(kō′ə-dăp′tĭd)
adj.
1. Of or relating to characteristics of two or more species that have evolved through mutually beneficial interactions between the species.
2. Of or relating to alleles at two or more genetic loci that have become established because they are beneficial in combination with each other, but not with other alleles.

co′ad·ap·ta′tion (-ăd-ăp-tā′shən) n.
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Government practices, such as censorship and trade restrictions, that are institutional components of coadapted ideological complexes heavily influence the spread of ideas in society in favor of the survival of their co-ideas in the complexes.
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