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- Animal : A multicellular organism that feeds on other organisms, and is distinguished from plants, fungi, and unicellular organisms.
- Bacteriophage experimental evolution : Method of testing evolutionary theory under carefully designed, reproducible experiments using bacteriophages.
- Biodiversity : The study of the range of life forms in a given ecosystem.
- Biophysics : The study of forces and energies in biological systems.
- Evolution of menopause : History of the origins of menopause and the evolutionary processes that have affected the menstral cycle.
- Evolution of the human diet : Factors in the development of the human diet in history.
- Evolutionary psychology : The comparative study of the nervous system and its relation to behaviour across species.
- Evolution : A change over time in the proportions of individual organisms differing genetically.
- Frederick Twort : (1877 – 1950) - English bacteriologist who discovered that bacteriophages are viruses that attack and destroy bacteria.
- Hormesis : A quantitative and qualitative dose-response relationship in which the effect at low concentrations occurs in the opposite direction from that expected from the effect observed at higher concentrations.
- Human evolution : The study of the physical and behavioral genetic adaptations of the species belonging to the subfamily hominidae.
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- Microsatellite : Polymorphic loci present in nuclear and organellar DNA that consist of repeating units of 1-6 base pairs in length.
- Natural selection : The differential survival and/or reproduction of classes of entities that differ in one or more characteristics
- Plant (organism) : A eukaryotic organism, grouped into the kingdom Plantae, that typically synthesizes nutrients through photosynthesis and possesses the inability to voluntarily move.
- The Origin of Species : 1859 book by Charles Darwin expounding the theory of evolution through natural selection