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Evolution theories in comparison

Darwinism vs. Darwinism Lamarckism Darwinism Lamarckism Founder Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882), British biologist and naturalist Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck (1744-1829), French botanist and zoologist First published theory The Origin of Species (1859) Philosophy Zoologique (1809) Basic assumption organisms passively adapted through selection Organisms actively adapt to external environmental conditions Giraffes Example Among the giraffe population there are some giraffes that happen to have longer necks than their peers.
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Cooperation

Definition: Cooperation (lat. Cooperatio = participation) describes a form of cooperation between two or more individuals, in which all parties benefit from the situation. Altruism is not part of the cooperation, since in altruism only one side benefits, while the other has a - albeit wanted - disadvantage.
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Kaolin

Characteristics: Name: Kaolin Other names: Bolus alba, China earth Mineral class: silicates and germanates Chemical formula: Al 4 [(OH) 8 | Si 4 O 10] (kaolinite) Chemical elements: aluminum, oxygen, hydrogen, silicon Similar minerals: allophane , Halloysite, Imogolite Color: white Gloss: matt Crystal Structure: triclin or monoclinic Bulk density: 2,6 Magnetism:?
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Acids

What are acids? Definition: Acids are chemical compounds with a pH of less than seven. Acids act as so-called proton donors, meaning that they can transfer hydrogen ions (H +) to their reactants. The counterpart to acids are bases, also known as alkalis.
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Subtropics

Definition: The subtropics (lat. Sub = before, ancient Greek tropaí = tropic circles) are a climate zone between the warm temperate zone and the tropics. This corresponds to about 20 ° and 40 ° north latitude and south latitude. The average annual temperature is between 18 and 22 ° C. There are three different climatic types within the subtropics: Dry subtropics: year-round, arid climate with vegetation zone desert (u.
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The riparian forest

What is a riparian forest? Definition: Alluvial forests are defined as vegetation zones along rivers and streams that are subject to frequent changes of high and low tide. Often these biotopes are also known under the synonymous term meadow forest. The word "Aue" originally comes from the Old German and means something like "land on the water".
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