OTHER WORDS FROM coevolutionco·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
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One hurdle for glycobiology, Gagneux noted, is that even closely related species with high levels of genetic similarity, like chimps and humans, have glycans that can vary significantly because of constant, ongoing coevolution.
Because of host-pathogen coevolution, “there’s a lot of diversity” in the glycome, Cummings said.
If there has been a gene-culture coevolution for musicality, the larger message for the sciences is that the interplay of biology and culture has shaped important aspects of the human mind.What Makes Music Universal - Issue 99: Universality|Kevin Berger|April 29, 2021|Nautilus
For the 2018 CASP competition, DeepMind took these basic ideas about coevolution and contact prediction but added two important twists.
With this book he has given his successors an indispensable guide to continuing the Sino-American “coevolution” he began.Dr. K’s Rx for China|Niall Ferguson|May 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
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The process that occurs when two species influence each other during evolution. For example, an insect may evolve specialized parts that allow it to feed on a specific flower, whereas the flower evolves to facilitate pollination by that particular insect.