Similar words: adapt, adapt to, adaptable, deceptive, native, active, motive, furtive. Meaning: [-tɪv] adj. having a capacity for adaptation.
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1. Societies need to develop highly adaptive behavioural rules for survival.
2. All species within a given adaptive zone compete intensively.
3. As such, intellectual development is adaptive.
4. One approach is to seek an adaptive explanation.
5. Weights are adaptive coefficients within the network that determine the intensity of the input signal.
6. You need a flexible and adaptive approach in devising your ground plan for bargaining.
7. Protocol 2 studied the phenomenon of adaptive cytoprotection in response to mild irritation of the duodenal mucosa in the three experimental groups.
8. The adaptive technologies that cOmputers bring us started Out as huge, conspicuous, and centralized.
9. To date, adaptive systems rely on three general classes of smart materials.
10. In terms of biological evolution, complex adaptive systems seek patterns and learn from their interactions with the environment.
11. It is adaptive for animals not to mate with members of other species.
12. Neither found Darwin's detailed theory of adaptive evolution very useful.
13. Certainly this frontal lobe role in adaptive behavior is linked to the mechanisms of selective attention.
14. They can be made adaptive so that each packet learns how to work with others and how to perform its task better.
15. The chance of discovering another adaptive peak by crossing over an adaptive valley would be negligibly small.
16. As such,(sentencedict .com) it can be seen as an adaptive defence response to adverse conditions.
17. In turn it means that adaptive evolution may be faster than biologists had thought.
18. Hence, we postulated that adaptive cytoprotection maintains a physiological equilibrium between duodenal mucosal resistance and luminal acidity.
19. In conclusion, dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids enhance duodenal resistance to acid by potentiation of adaptive cytoprotection.
20. Inflation targeting will not work as expectations are by and large adaptive rather than rational in the sense that many monetarists claim.
21. Every time you make a long distance telephone call, your voice is processed through an adaptive filter.
22. A series of predictable actions and reactions gradually erodes their adaptive resources.
23. Diets rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids enhance the phenomenon of adaptive cytoprotection and render the duodenal mucosa more resistant to acid.
24. You have to be fast on your feet and adaptive or else a strategy is useless. Charles De Gaulle
25. But this is not meant to belittle the magnitude of the adaptive radiations that took place in the Vendian and Cambrian periods.
26. The interpretative can be viewed as the broadest perception, into which the adaptive and linear models can be fitted.
27. Observations of individually marked birds have shown that this disruptive behaviour is adaptive.
28. Protocol 3 studied the effects of indomethacin pretreatment on adaptive cytoprotection in the three experimental groups.
29. In essence their class position often forces them into using the environment destructively and inhibits any adaptive response to its inevitable deterioration.
30. The purpose of this research is to develop a more adaptive algorithm which can be run on a micro- computer.
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