- ev·o·lu·tion·ar·i·ly, adverb
- an·ti·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
- non·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
- pre·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
- pro·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
- un·ev·o·lu·tion·ar·y, adjective
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How to use evolutionary in a sentence
Lee Alan Dugatkin is a historian of science and an evolutionary biologist at the University of Louisville.When Science Was the Best Show in America - Issue 93: Forerunners | Lee Alan Dugatkin | November 18, 2020 | Nautilus
For anyone interested in fossil hunting, evolutionary science and a hominid skeleton like no other, this book delivers.Ardi and her discoverers shake up hominid evolution in ‘Fossil Men’ | Bruce Bower | November 18, 2020 | Science News
A second theory, developed by evolutionary epidemiologist Paul Ewald, which he calls the “theory of virulence,” suggests that, as a rule, the deadlier the germ, the less likely it is to spread.
One of the most common systems of governance in human evolutionary history was some form of hereditary rule, where the eldest son of a king, say, takes over after the king dies.Why We Judge People Based on Their Relatives - Facts So Romantic | Diana Fleischman | November 11, 2020 | Nautilus
That could have driven a need for more energy and evolutionary change, such as warm-bloodedness.
We are evolutionarily pretty well adapted to eat just about anything.The Top 10 Diets of 2013 Are All Useless (Except to Book Publishers) | Kent Sepkowitz | December 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Primates, it seems, are evolutionarily prepared to fear, detect, and respond to snakes.