Physiological Adaptability and N (Physiological Adaptability & Nutritional Status of the Japan)

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Empedocles did not believe that adaptation required a final cause (a purpose), but thought that it "came about naturally, since such things survived." Aristotle did believe in final causes, but assumed that.

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; cm. A psychological adaptation is a functional, cognitive or behavioral trait that benefits an organism in its environment. Psychological adaptations fall under the scope of evolved psychological mechanisms (EPMs), however, EPMs refer to a less restricted set. Psychological adaptations include only the functional traits that increase the fitness of an organism, while EPMs refer to any.

A biological adaptation is an anatomical structure, physiological process or behavioral trait of an organism that has evolved over a short or long period of time by the process of natural selection such that it increases the expected long-term reproductive success of the term adaptation is also sometimes used as a synonym for natural selection, but most biologists discourage this.

Adaptation Behavior across cultures Andy Molinsky, Ph.D., is a professor of international management and organizational behavior at Brandeis University and the author of the book Global Dexterity.Start studying Adaptability- May 7.

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