Morphological phylogeny of alpheid shrimps: parallel preadaptation
and the origin of a key morphological innovation, the snapping claw.
Lederhendler argues that cultural preadaptation
arguments greatly understate the economic and cultural difficulties the immigrants faced.
With the dominance of rice and high levels of preadaptation
to floods, there is little that can be done to build flood resilience through adjustments in cropping patterns and farming practices.
Evidence suggesting preadaptation
to domestication throughout the small Felidae.
Adaptability--ability to learn, ability to change behavior based on learning, preadaptation
A special preadaptation
for migration is parthenogenesis within D.
and the puzzles and properties of pleasure.
Presidential Address: Preadaptation
and European Colonization in Rural North America", en Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.
and Cultural Development of Fiction.
Spittlebug nymphs (Homoptera: Cercopidae) in Heliconia flowers (Zingiberales: Heliconiaceae): Preadaptation
and evolution of the first aquatic Homoptera.
Rozin & April Fallon, The Psychological Categorization of Foods and Non-Foods: A Preliminary Taxonomy of Food Rejections, 1 APPETITE 193 (1980); Paul Rozin, Jonathan Haidt, Clark McCauley & Sumio Imada, Disgust: Preadaptation
and the Cultural Evolution of a Food-Based Emotion, in FOOD PREFERENCES AND TASTE: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE 65 (Helen Macbeth ed.
involves a culture that already possesses necessary cultural traits to allow successful occupation of a new environment prior to movement to that environment; groups with these characteristics have a competitive advantage.