1.2 levels evolution: 1. Adaptation

2. Speciation

2.5 agents of evolutionary change: 1. mutation

2. gene flow

3. non-random mating

4. genetic drift

5. selection

3.Adaptation: evolution within species; previous stuff

4.Adaptive radiation: rapid evolution of diversely adapted species from a common ancestor

- occurs when a species enters a new habitat or niche

5.Aging: Ordered sequence in layers of rock relative age of fossils

6.agriculture in artificial selection: rusts from generations of humans selection

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1.What are instincts for humans? Are they very common for humans?

An instinct is a fixed (rigid and predictable) pattern of behavior that is not acquired by learning and is likely to be rooted in genes and the body.

2.Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pyramid

Self transcendence needs: nedd to find meaning and indentity beyond the self.

Self.actualization needs: need to live up to our fullest aand unique potential.

Esteem needs: eed for self-esteem, achievement, competence, and Independence; need for recognition

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Consheft: a diver who lives and operates both inside and outside a submarine refuge for an extended period

Alvin: is a manned deep-ocean research submersible owned by the United States Navy and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts

A water bottle: is a container that is used to hold water, liquids or other beverages for consumption.

. Reversing thermometer: oceanographic device for measuring underwater temperature and pressure.

 Aluminaut: was the

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 -Pine = Tavern. Squared.      Board = Game house.      Donkey = bakery. 


 1.Ex libris:

Small print or decorative label pasted into a book , often on the inside font cover , to inmate its owner. Abstract , simple and modern symbols that move beyond evocation of the professional activity. Artistic vocation linked to an individual professional activity , and not to a collective (guilds) In Germany (1575) the emperors opened the first office of registered trade marks. Bussines

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Agro-industrialisation refers to the use of the industrial system in agricultural production, especially in terms of processes such as mechanisation, automatization, research and marketing. It is the form of modern farming that refers to the industrialised production of livestock, poultry, fish and crops. Very large farms, Concentration on one(monoculture) or a small number of farm products, A high level of mechanisation, Heavy usage of fertilisers, pesticide and herbicides, Sophisticated ICT management

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1mary sector

Agrarian spaces  : Territories where agrarian activities are carried out  Within rural (non-urban) spaces, but not all the extension of rural areas can be considered agrarian. This is due to the expansion of urban activities and population through spaces that were previously rural.  They include:  Cultivated land  Pastures (pastos) in which livestock graze  Meadows (prados) where livestock doesn’t graze and mainly hay is obtained  Woodland
Agrarian spaces  Current World

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