New PDF release: An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry Volume 2

By Albert G. MacKey 33*, William J. Hughan 32*, Edward L. Hawkins 30*

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Haws and apples occur in the same locale. The first reported infestation of apple trees by apple maggot flies was in the 1860s. There are now two variants of R. pomonella, one of which mates and lays its eggs on apples and the other of which mates and lays its eggs on haws (Table 2). The life cycles of the two variants are now desynchronized because apples mature earlier than haws. Incipient speciation has been maintained by a transgenerational behavior induced by early exposure learning: an olfactory acceptance of apples for courting, mating, and ovipositing based on the host in which the fly developed (Bush & Smith, 1998).

Both devo-evo and DST have been criticized for underplaying the roles of genes in evolution, while at the same time emphasizing those for developmental constraints (Gilbert in Sarkar & Robert, 2003). For example, DST, as represented in Brian Goodwin’s book How the Leopard Changed its Spots (1994), accords explanatory equality to all levels of organization, and thus does not assign instructive or at least permissive roles to genes. Such 24 Introduction: What is development and interdisciplinarity?

Three types of interdisciplinary research, which ultimately depend on whether or not the participating disciplines share a common language, and for which possible examples involving psychology and possible common problems are given. Possible common Type Interpretation Possible example problem Communality in vocabulary Two or more disciplines focusing on a common Psychology and Behavioral Development of problem, with a common scientific language and set of concepts and techniques as well as biology attachment Psychology and Anthropology Cross-cultural comparisons of shared standards of rigor and proof.

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