adaptive landscape: A graph of the average fitness of a population in relation to the frequencies of genotypes in it.Peaks on the landscape correspond to genotypic frequencies at which the average fitness is high, valleys to genotypic frequencies at which the average fitness is low. adaptive logic: A behavior has adaptive logic if it tends to increase the number of offspring that an individual contributes to the next and following generations.
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adaptive radiation: The diversification, over evolutionary time, of a species or group of species into several different species or subspecies that are typically adapted to different ecological niches (for example, Darwin's finches).
The term can also be applied to larger groups of organisms, as in "the adaptive radiation of mammals." adaptive strategies: A mode of coping with competition or environmental conditions on an evolutionary time scale.
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It may be appropriate, depending on local practice, to suggest further investigations which may clarify the diagnosis. Gestation sac volume 0.4mls, equivalent to 5 weeks. Normal appearances with measurements in agreement with recent positive pregnancy test. Species adapt when succeeding generations emphasize beneficial characteristics.