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Similar words: cytogeneticautogeneticcytogeneticsontogenesisbiogeneticexogeneticandrogeneticpathogeneticMeaning: ['ɑntədʒɪ'netɪk /'ɒn-]  adj. of or relating to the origin and development of individual organisms. 
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1. It studies the evolutional, ontogenetic and physiological mechanism of behavior , experience and mind of human or animals.
2. However, within the postmodernist historical consciousness, this shortened ontogenetic repeat of our cultural phylogenesis is no longer meaningful.
3. It meant the phylogenetic and ontogenetic development of human adult behaviour.
4. Notice that the resonance phenomenon in man is actually an aspect of his peculiar and species-specific ontogenetic history.
5. Evolution of minerals and living organisms is governed by common ontogenetic laws.
6. Flower organs showed anomocytic, paracytic, and actinocytic stomatal complexes. However, ontogenetic changes in stomatal complexes varied considerably among flower organs.
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7. Human adults evaluate people rapidly and automatically on the basis of both behaviour and physical features, but the ontogenetic origins and development of this capacity are not well understood.
8. The new specimen of Eopteranodon is slightly different from its holotype, probably due to ontogenetic development.
9. The main conclusions of this research are as follows:The negative number spatial representation conforms to the forecast of Ontogenetic Hypothesis.
10. However, there mat be intracellular genetic alterations such that ontogenetic histories are altered resulting in two different mature forms.
11. Our review of data and theory, along with neuroscientific evidence, imply that numerical concepts have an ontogenetic origin and a neural basis that are independent of language.
12. In mammals and most birds, individuals emerge into the world after a complex ontogenetic history in which behavioral differentiation played as important a role as tissue differentiation.
13. From the stability of linear impulsive systems, we can get the stability of a general mode for ontogenetic growth.
More similar words: cytogeneticautogeneticcytogeneticsontogenesisbiogeneticexogeneticandrogeneticpathogeneticphylogeneticparthenogeneticphylogeneticallypharmacogeneticsontogenyodontogenicgeneticgeneticsgeneticalepigeneticgeneticallygenetic mapgeneticistepigeneticspolygeneticgenetic codegenetic defectgenetic markergenetic sciencegenetic diseasegenetic mutationgenetic disorder
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