- Retention of juvenile characteristics in the adults of a species, as among certain amphibians. 2.
- A BIOLOGICAL HOMAGE TO MICKEY MOUSE Stephen Jay Gould
- Progressive juvenilization as an evolutionary phenomenon is called neoteny. More on this later.
- Neoteny with Goitre in Triturus helveticus By J. M. DODD AND H. G.
- The thyroid glands of normal adult and neotenic non-goitrous T.
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- things) the process of neoteny, an unusual aspect of human development.
- Extraordinary neoteny of synaptic spines in the human prefrontal
- Extraordinary neoteny of synaptic spines in the human prefrontal cortex. Zdravko Petanjeka, Miloš Judaša, Goran Šimic´a, Mladen Roko Rašina,b,c, Harry B. M.
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- The company was founded in February 2010 by CEO Saumil Nanavati and CTO Bernard Leong with investment from Neoteny Labs. With offices in Singapore, Malaysia, and now the US, they plan to enter the Indonesia market soon.
- Neoteny | Define Neoteny at Dictionary.com
- Also called pedogenesis. the production of offspring by an organism in its larval or juvenile form; the elimination of the adult phase of the life cycle. 2.
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- Neoteny Blog. Freeplay Independent Games Festival Posted by: Ben 2010-09-10 17:39.
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