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on·tog·e·ny

(on-toj'ĕ-nē),
Development of the individual, as distinguished from phylogeny, which is evolutionary development of the species.
Synonym(s): ontogenesis
[G. ōn, being, + genesis, origin]

ontogenesis

/on·to·gen·e·sis/ (on″to-jen´ĕ-sis) ontogeny.

ontogenesis

(ŏn′tō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. ontogene·ses (-sēz′)

ontogenesis

See ontogeny.

on·tog·e·ny

(on-toj'ĕ-nē)
Development of the individual, as distinguished from phylogeny, which is evolutionary development of the species.
Synonym(s): ontogenesis.
[G. ōn, being, + genesis, origin]

on·tog·e·ny

(on-toj'ĕ-nē)
Development of the individual.
Synonym(s): ontogenesis.
[G. ōn, being, + genesis, origin]
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Innate spiritual essence in an individual seeks or motivates reproduction ontogenetically because that is its nature being a piece of cosmological spirit.
Ontogenetically, we are dealing with the impact of personality on the development of emotions.
nature of this granular layer was recently studied ontogenetically and
The production of longer legs may be ontogenetically costly and thus would be offset by energetically more efficient movement.
This principle (motor priority) is so fundamental that virtually all behavior ontogenetically has a motor origin and aspect.
Therefore, I would say that ontogenetically the two belong to two different modes of existence.
Through this interaction behavior is selected ontogenetically by environmental consequences (Campbell, 1956; Kimble, 1961; Skinner, 1953, 1981), which correlate with the occurrence of the behavior over time (Baum, 1973).
A trend was found indicating that metamoral knowledge, moral reasoning, and moral behavior are ontogenetically interrelated, and certain aspects of metamoral knowledge significantly distinguish between individuals who have low and high moral reasoning and behavior.
The vertical and horizontal distribution of pollock varies ontogenetically, seasonally, and temporally (Hinckley, 1987; Kotwicki et al.
The rise in force needed to crush a bivalve at increased SD along with jaw gape and bite force limits may work in concert to lower ontogenetically the susceptibility of bivalves to predation.
Moreover, the covert representational ("mental") structures and processes that define DCT are built from memories and promote their own growth, a kind of cognitive bootstrapping that has gone on phylogenetically as well as ontogenetically.