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This fact confirmed for the researchers that Tanganyika’s cichlids were ideal subjects for testing ideas about adaptive radiation — an evolutionary event in which many diverse species emerge rapidly and adapt to new environmental niches.
This cichlid data set gives a uniquely detailed and rich picture of adaptive radiation, but these patterns may not hold in all cases.
Hybridization in cichlid ancestors could even have triggered the adaptive radiations that produced so many species.
He was very familiar with the reality of what could happen: Tokyo could be covered with a really high dosage of radiation.
Everything serene, snow piling on trees, over lawns, on houses, before we realize that all the snow is poisoned with radiation.
The 4M craft also includes a radiation dosimeter built by the Spanish company iC-Málaga.Luxembourg and China Team Up on Private Mission to the Moon|Matthew R. Francis|October 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She said that whenever she came into the room, she had felt the radiation of a vast and unseen force.
Hawking radiation for realistic black holes is a minuscule effect, and the bigger the black hole, the less radiation there is.
The effect of the heated air which acquires its temperature by radiation from the earth's surface is to produce the winds.
If we can imagine the earth cut off from the solar radiation, the air would cease to move.
Though the squirrels have taken to the trees, there has been no adaptive change in the structure of their limbs and feet.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
Aboard were not only oceanographers, but marine biologists experienced in radiation physics.The Flaming Mountain|Harold Leland Goodwin
Short hard radiation emitted from the tab neutralized the claws, put them out of commission.Second Variety|Philip Kindred Dick