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.
In short, Solanaceae seem to have coadapted
their seed dispersal syndromes to the available bird and bat dispersers in each region.
is the object of David Sutcliffe's desire in this gay film noir directed by David Moreton (Edge of Seventeen), who coadapted
James Robert Baker's novel with frequent Advocate contributor Dennis Hensley.
Each heterochromatic block, through its chiasma displacement effect, can keep in its proximity certain favorable allele combinations of different genes ("coadapted
gene pools") (17).
Therefore, adaptation to different local conditions could be one reason for the comparatively low heterosis values, and could be explained through coadapted
genes, at many loci, interacting in an epistatic manner.
Recombination in [F.sub.2]s could disrupt coadapted
If stabilizing selection causes sexual traits to be well coadapted
within species, then low variation and low asymmetry is expected within species, because any deviation from the norm becomes detrimental.
A challenge for coevolutionary studies is to determine whether traits that result in coordinated dispersal are a general and ancestral feature of associations thought to be strongly coadapted
Outbreeding depression is a decrease in fitness of progeny upon breakup of coadapted
gene complexes resulting from mating of distantly related individuals (Dobzhansky 1937).
These advantages probably were acquired by generation of new coadapted
gene complexes in the Rb chromosomes (Theiler et al.
This core also preserves the coadapted
gene complexes represented in the entire collection (Upadhyaya et al., 2002).
genes determining parental traits would be broken-up by the hybridization, especially in advanced generations of hybrids (complex backcrosses).