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Phylogenesis

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noun

The history of the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms.


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Word origin: Greek from the terms phyle/phylon (meaning "tribe, race,") and genetikos (meaning "relative to birth" from genesis ("birth").

Related forms: phylogenetic (adjective)

Synonym: phylogeny

Compare: ontogeny


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The law of confrontation the levels energy

... character of levels belongs: - opposite sexes – male and female; - selection and reproduction – qualitative and quantitative; - onto- and phylogenesis - temporal and spatial; - species and individual – universal and particular; - synthesis and destruction – anabolic and catabolic; - quiescence ...

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