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coevolution

[¦kō‚ev·ə′lü·shən]
(evolution)
An evolutionary pattern based on the interaction among major groups or organisms with an obvious ecological relationship; for example, plant and plant-eater, flower and pollinator.
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Considering co-evolution, we can look at how an economic boom scenario would influence the Millennial cohort and how that cohort might influence the economy in such a scenario, and look for ways to monitor trends and determine how and where those mutual influences are emerging.
These two facts have openedup a new window into the interconnectedness of GC and galaxy formation and co-evolution.
These three dimensions form a framework (Figure 1) that can help to understand the dynamic co-evolution of supply networks.
Right now, we don't have enough specimens in amber to show the co-evolution of Platygastroidea with stink bug hosts," says Talamas.
Finally, in silico techniques of modeling and simulation would be helpful in understanding the likely co-evolution of bat viruses and their hosts when subject to daily fever-like thermal and metabolic regimes.
As any reader would expect, there are chapters on insect-plant co-evolution, plant chemistry, host plant location and acceptance, digestion, and on the role of symbiotic microorganisms in insect nutrition.
Concepts of co-evolution were also successfully coupled with other heuristic optimization techniques (22), (23) to solve complex optimization problems whose search-spaces are connected.
His talks, ideas, and performances mainly focus on the co-evolution of humans and technology.
It was the co-evolution of Stanford University and Silicon Valley way back in 1980s, which is still considered a role model for universities across the globe to contribute positively toward economic development.
The Olympic Through Media exhibition showcases milestones of co-evolution of Olympics and media such as the first Olympic Games that were broadcast on coloured television in Mexico City in 1968 and the first Olympic Games that utilised the Internet in Atlanta 1996.
The bond between human beings and nature seeks the need for a joint co-evolution between the living and budding technological innovations.
The co-evolution of firm strategies and institutions represents the particular characteristic in Chinese economy (Krug and Hendrischke 2008).