... genomes than homeotherms in the same ecological niche
. Frogs are a notable example of this effect.
... reproduce. Poikilotherms in the same ecological niche
often have much shorter generations than ... This energy difference also means that a given niche
of a given ecology can support three to ten times ...
... arise and thrive when they are able to find and exploit an ecological niche
— and species become extinct when are no longer able to survive in ... Habitat degradation can also take the form of a physical destruction of niche
habitats. The widespread destruction of tropical rainforests and ...
modern evolutionary synthesis
neutral theory of molecular evolution
... and sea stars (a.k.a. starfish ) do too, just as two examples of the many.
Plant life is relatively rare undersea, most of the niche
occupied by plants on land is actually occupied by macroscopic algae in the ocean, such as Sargassum and kelp .
The plants that do survive in ...
Magnetic resonance imaging
... pathological or other physiological alterations of living tissues and is a commonly used form of medical imaging . MRI has also found many niche
applications outside of the medical and biological fields such as rock permeability to hydrocarbons and certain non-destructive testing methods ...
... similar enough that these traits continue to be adaptive, such traits will become more common within populations. Loss of the species' ecological niche
or crowding-out due to population growth can change drastically the adaptive traits required to survive - in such conditions, or in any ...
... every individual an experiment when mixing mother's and father's genes , sex may allow a species to adapt quickly just to hold onto the ecological niche
that it already has in the ecosystem .
2 Arms races
3 The paradox of sex: ...