Samples "Evolution"


The Evolution of Communication

Since the beginning of humanity, mankind has developed increasingly sophisticated ways to communicate with each other over long distance. This short report will summarize the main milestones in the evolution of communication and determine thee trends seen throughout. The first method communication was cave paintings, which were used to depict...

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Exploring “Neanderthals Leave Their Mark on Us”

Even though it has only been known that Neanderthals and humans interbred as of 2010, there is already a large scientific conversation about what genetic traits the two species have in common, how these genes came to spread, and what effect they have had on the human species. The article...

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Forces of Evolution

Organisms of different generations exhibit numerous changes in their physiological and physical setups. The changes are attributed to the transformations that occur over the ages in the organism. The evolution theory explores various mechanisms that cause the transformations in the organisms over the years. Evolutionary changes are perceived to have...

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Four Stages of Evolution

There are four widely accepted forces of evolution. However, in order to understand these four forces, it is necessary to explain several concepts first. The first important concept is a species. A species is anything that can reproduce with each other and produce fertile offspring. There are cases when individual...

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Evolution in Plants and Animals

Evolution involves a series of changes transforming plants and animals to their present states from their original and simplest states. The present state of plants and animal can be described as complex. The changes take place continuously over many generations. The evolutionary changes exhibited in plants and animals are genetic...

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In 1859 Charles Darwin published a treatise on natural history, entitled the Origin of Species, which launched a paradigm shift in the way that people viewed the history of life on earth. Ever since Christianity became the predominant religion in western culture, the prevalent theory explaining the origin of life...

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Evolution of Management Theories

Management theories are used as a means of working to conceptualize the best practices for managing employees within a company, group setting, or organization. The evolution of these theories is the process by which they grow and change, adapting based on new theories or possible projections in a given field...

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The Processes Of Evolution

Microevolution refers to evolution on a small scale, as in a single population. A population in this context would be represented by a group of organisms that interbreed with one another. An example would be all the individuals of one ant species living in a particular area of the desert....

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The Concept Of Species And Population

Evolution is a process that occurs on two different scales, macro and micro. Micro evolution effects only a single species, or a single population, such as a change in the frequency of darker wings within a specific insect population between one generation and another, while micro evolution works to affect...

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Evolution of Boilers

The first to recognize the value of steam as a resource was a Greek Mathematician named Hero. This first steam device had no real purpose, but paved the way for more creative uses of steam in the future. It would not be until 2,000 years later that steam became a...

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Evolution of Management Thought

This work uses Theory X and Theory Y to discuss the application in running AIESEC, a non-profit organization that provides leadership experience for students. According to Adetule (2011), Theory X assumes that employees are lazy and would refuse to work if they had a choice. This theory also assumes that...

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Biodiversity And The Four Forces of Evolution

Through evolution, biodiversity is increased and species either adapt or become extinct. The four forces of evolution combine in methods that create either a stronger or weaker species. Stronger species will withstand the forces of nature. Weaker species will die off as their flaws are exposed to the evolutionary forces....

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Forces of Nature

In recent news, interest continues to focus on the plight of the polar bear. Scientists worry that the polar bear, the largest bear, will become extinct. The polar bear evolved from the brown bear. Through this speciation, it became suited to its life in the Artic regions. However, the Arctic...

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Evolution of the Modern Photo Archive

Introduction There is an old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words although the individual who originally stated this very true fact is unknown. The modern photo archive has evolved over time since photo archives were first conceived. This brief study will examine the evolution of the modern...

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Evolution On-demand: Uniting Nature and Science to Further Society’s Development

Summary In the “Evolution On-demand: Uniting Nature and Science to Further Society’s Development,” Stephen Odd supports the use of genetically modified crops as a solution to current and future evolutionary challenges in the human population. According to Odd, humanity is at a critical stage in evolution because of imbalances between...

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