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  • Agrégation, Agrégation (zoologie), Agrégation (comportement) -
  • Evolution - « Any gradual change. Organic evolution, often referred to as evolution for short, is any genetic change in organisms from generation to generation ; or more strictly, a change in gene frequencies within populations from generation to generation. » Dans E.O.Wilson. 1980. Sociobiology:The Abridged Edition. Glossary (Wilson. 1980:311) et Discussion Chapitre 4 The Relevant Principles of Population Biology.(E.O.Wilson. 1980.4:50-63)
  • Evolutionary Biology - « The collective disciplines of biology that treat the evolutionary process and the characteristics of populations of organisms, as well as ecology, behavior and systematics. » Dans E.O.Wilson. 1980. Sociobiology:The Abridged Edition. Glossary (Wilson. 1980:311)
  • Sélection
  • Sélection multi-niveaux
  • Sélection naturelle (Natural Selection) - « The differential contribution of offspring to the next generation by individuals of different genetic types but belonging to the same population. This is the basic mechanism proposed by Charles Darwini and is gererally regarded today as the main guiding force in evolution. » Dans E.O.Wilson. 1980. Sociobiology:The Abridged Edition. Glossary (Wilson. 1980:317) et Discussion Chapitre 4 The Relevant Principles of Population Biology (E.O.Wilson. 1980.4:50-63)
  • Sociodynamique -