- n. Plural form of population.
“A major thrust of my research program has been to understand how genetic variation within populations translates into variation between populations and species, and to determine the impact of natural selection on this process.”
“And the specter of 2005 riots that spread through poor housing projects nationwide with disenfranchised immigrant populations is never far away.”
“Life and living of over 300 million in populations involves activity that more often than not requires medical care and attention that constitutes currently about 16% of the economy, much of it in interstate commerce and/or intrastate affecting interstate commerce.”
““Dozens of genes associated with almost every imaginable trait” says nothing about distribution over populations, about how to define subgroups within populations, about whether there are firm connections between particular genes and particular subgroups.”
“I also suspect that this is the reason that we see clusters of extreme intellectual abilities in populations that have had a long continuous history civilization such as East Asia and India where such traits are crucial to success.”
“We tried to explained to him about African American Vernacular English, where it comes from, why certain populations speak it, and he kept saying so you are saying it is something in their genes that makes them talk this way?”
“Even with the orders of magnitude difference in populations, there are probably more Fins that care about cross-country skiing than there are Americans that care about it.”
“But conflating the two populations is not going to work ...”
“Adaption tends to take little time as it is a change in populations actions. (that is: Colonialist adapted to the new england climate in a generation, by changing their actions)”
“Another example is with sociology and the economy: with our vast global population, science is unable to predict events occurring within populations and economies, even when precise models exist for them.”
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