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Specific extinction

specific extinction --> specific absorption coefficient

absorbance (of light) per unit path length (usually the centimeter) and per unit of mass concentration.

Compare: molar absorption coefficient.

Synonym: absorbancy index, absorptivity, extinction coefficient, specific extinction.

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Microevolution verus Macroevolution

... as variation in the frequencies of alleles, where an allele is a specific iteration of a given gene. Microevolution is defined as variations ... carry exactly the same version of the gene. Another useful example is extinction, in which the frequency of all alleles in a species go from some ...

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by hackenslash
Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:57 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Microevolution verus Macroevolution
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Re: Is complexity inevitable?

... The adaptation is only there because there are a large number of specifically related plants and pollinators, and it is this special adaptation ... the flower. If the plant can accept various insects though, its risk of extinction is reduced. A system with one plant and one pollinator is clearly ...

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Topic: Is complexity inevitable?
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Why must we avert the genome of Eden?

... from the opposite gender to reproduce. This condition has led to the extinction of many species, that otherwise should not have gone extinct. ... view it is not possible that a LUA carried genetic information specific for complex multicellular life. The results inescapably point to ...

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by Hunor
Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:08 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Why must we avert the genome of Eden?
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specialist pollinators and associations between for instance a specific mould and plant species, are a very good way of increasing that complexity ... would need to be complex enough to be able to adapt, after a possible extinction of the plant and vice versa.

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by cakrit
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Topic: Is complexity inevitable?
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... range of hereditary, congenital and acquired diseases that threaten the extinction of mankind, the animal industries and public health services undergo ... branched profile of scientific establishments, where specialists work a specific profile: cardiologists, TB doctors, opticians, pulmonologists, ...

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