In it, they concluded that coevolution
- the interactions occurring between different types of organisms without genetic exchange - is one of the main reasons for diversity of life on Earth, and proposed the mechanism whereby this process might lead to the immense variety of plant and insect species.
In this article, we explore the coevolution
of regime complexes and national policy coherence in the context of biodiversity governance.
explains why humans can experience drugs, it doesn't explain why humans choose to use drugs despite social stigma against them.
In particular, they propose that research attend to the coevolution
of teacher learning.
The architecture of this network developed from a coevolution
of genes and of genetic structures that were progressively conditioned to shield against translation and replication errors.
Because frugivory and pollination mutualisms are characterized by diffuse, asymmetric networks, proponents of the geographic mosaic theory of coevolution
(Jordano et al.
theory is drawn upon to conceptualise how the interaction and dynamics of perceptions of uncertainty and assessments of risk during the internationalisation process might be developed theoretically.
Central to this analysis is the concept of coevolution
In reality bioeconomic examples abound in nature; such biological processes as evolution, coevolution
and cooperation; natural selection, conservation; regeneration and recycling and many others are all bioeconomic; that is, although they might have originally developed only as biological but through time they have attained economic purpose and importance too.
Pages 313-336 in Parasitic birds and their hosts: Studies in coevolution
Nerkar A, 1999, "On the Complexity of Technological Evolution: Exploring Coevolution
within and across Hierarchical Levels in Optical Disc Technology," In Variations in Organization Science: In Honor of D.
The geographical mosaic of coevolution
in a plant-pollinator mutualism.