Bibliographic Entry: Copppinger1983
Coppinger, Raymond P. und Charles Kay Smith. „The Domestication of Evolution“. In: Environmental Conservation 10.4 (Winter 1983), S. 283–292.

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284 Adler, Löwe spezialisierte Arten, unabhängig, nicht fit für die kommende Epoche der Evolution such as

Species outside the interdependent alliance are not able to reproduce as swiftly as domesticated species. Their dwindling populations are thus threatened with extinction. Specialized, self-sufficient

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284 Domestikation künstliche Zuchtwahl as an instance of

Charles Darwin established the convention of considering domestication apart from Nature by using it in The Origin of Species as an instance of artificial selection whereas, implicitly, ›real‹ evoluti

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285 f Kamel, indischer Elefant, Rentier, Wasserbüffel am Ende des Pleistozäns ohne menschliches Zutun zahme Arten such as

A propensity towards dependency could have helped to establish, by the end of the Pleistocene, the symbioses that led to domestication (further neoteny, as we will soon see). In this way many species

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284 Orangenbaum, Hund, Gans, Schaf, Rind, Pferd, Kamel erfolgreiche Domestiken is exemplified by

How successful the domestic allies have become is exemplified by the Orange Tree (Citrus aurantium) which, in its vast protected groves, may spread out more widely than any species of the wild forest

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287 Pferd, Rind, Schwein, Hund, Schaf Domestikation durch systemische Neotenie, anatomisch for instance

The process of neotenic domestication in mammals has, in addition to changing behaviour, tended to make the anatomy of adult domesticants more like the structures expressed earlier in ontogeny in the

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286 Schaf, Dickhornschaf, Hund, Rind, Pferd, Kamel, Gans, Kaninchen, Wolf, Schakal, Büffel, afrikanische Wildkatze, Rentier, Polarhund Domestikation geht vom Tier aus, nicht vom Menschen, systematische Neotenie ... sind nur einige ...

Humans have assumed that they domesticated their animal partners in alliance, and certainly in some way humans seem to be pivotal to the symbiosis. But it should be kept in mind that in most cases of

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283 Schreikranich (Vogel), Wildtruthuhn vom Aussterben bedrohte Art such as

The environmentalist sees the almost certain extinction of a species such as the Whooping Crane (Grus americana) or wild American Turkey (Mealeagris gallopavo) as the sole responsibility of human foll

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285 Schwarznashorn, Krokodil, Schildkröte nicht biegsam genug für Domestikation for example

Not every and perhaps not many animal species would have been behaviourally amenable to inter-species symbiosis. Had early humans attempted to domesticate Black Rhinos (Diceros bicornis), for example,

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288 Silberfuchs (Fuchs) Domestikation durch systemische Neotenie

All humans needed to do then, and now, to domesticate some mammals was to select for tameness, or docility, and systemic neoteny will produce a viable neotenic domesticant. Indeed, by following just t

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287 domestizierte Säugetiere gegenüber ihren wilden Artgenossen Verhaltensunterschiede durch Neotenie for example

[...] it is well known by observers of domestication that the neotenic package still accounts for the most important structural and behavioural differences between the ancestral stock and the domestic

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