Anagenetic | definition of anagenetic by Medical dictionary
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Pertaining to anagenesis.
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anagenetic Pertaining to agenesis; an obsolete term similar to regeneration, regenerative.
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(2006) have argued that anagenetic
evolutionary processes have been particularly important in the evolution of some plant species on oceanic islands.
Restricting consideration of the genetic underpinnings of adaptation to "complex" features would seem to arbitrarily exclude a large portion of the variation involved in anagenetic
For top-down changes a mechanism may be the emergence of a new higher level of the hierarchy, the anagenetic
Martin-Suarez and Mein (1991) recognized an increase in size from older to younger populations in the anagenetic
Traditionally, evolutionary biologists likely would have explained active trends in this way (e.g., Darwin 1859), with morphologic change assumed to be a product of continuous anagenetic
evolution within lineages.