evolutionary trend


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evolutionary trend

[‚ev·ə¦lü·shə‚ner·ē ′trend]
(evolution)
Any trend in the evolution of phyletic lines that is a consequence of genotypic cohesion.
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Como constricts his purview of covenant theology to the antinomian side, depriving himself of an avenue into development of the "evolutionary trend" thesis.
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If these writers ever grasped the more important theme of speciation as a primary pump for regulating diversification in geological time, they downgraded such fluctuation in numbers as subservient to anagenesis, never understanding that differential speciation can also power an evolutionary trend.