won the individual category and a $3,000 college scholarship for his project, titled Bayesian Reconstruction of Coevolutionary
This would account not only for ecosystems and all of their complexity, but also coevolutionary
systems or evosystems--all parts of the ultimate reality we face.
Invasion success might depend on past coevolutionary
interactions (Glynn & Herms 2004; Parker et al, 2006a, 2006b; Desurmont et al.
Genes, Mind, and Culture: The Coevolutionary
hunteria is interacting with its prey from a coevolutionary
While over the years there has been much debate and challenge concerning these rules, and to establish a concrete mechanism for the companion 'wobble hypothesis', we outline here several scenarios from the point of view of coevolutionary
rate distortion dynamics in graphs that represent 'robustness' while admitting 'meaningful' signalling paths which are susceptible to vocabulary enrichment, and furthermore, give rise to structure preserving patterns that evolve towards optimizing error-correction.
2006) have argued that variation in the strength of coevolutionary
interactions results in evolutionary hot and cold spots, resulting in local population differentiation and speciation.
Although it is rooted in biology, the coevolutionary
principle has emerged in other domains (Norgaard, 1984; Sanderson, 1990).
It is within this coevolutionary
context that both hosts and parasites are running (evolving) as fast as they can just to stay in the same place.
patterns, determine NiV strain diversity in reservoir hosts.
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A classic "escape and radiation" coevolutionary
model of host shifts is examined in moths of the genus Depressaria Haworth 1811 that feed on plants of varied toxicity.