What is the difference between ontogeny and phylogeny

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What does phylogenesis mean?

What does ontogeny mean?

What are they used for?

What does phylogenesis mean?

What does ontogeny mean?

What are they used for?

What does phylogenesis mean? What does ontogeny mean? What are they used for?
Definition of phylogenesis: The entire phylogenesis or the evolutionary process on which it is based is a development, which in this case does not refer to individual individuals, but to the development of species or species.

If you take the concept of development very broadly, then the phylogenesis or the Anthropogenesis be viewed as a development.

Taking into account the phylogenetic or anthropogenetic foundations can be helpful to some Behavioral relics to understand.

 

Definition of ontogeny: Ontogeny is understood to mean the development of humans from conception to death.

As a rule, however, the term development refers to the ontogeny.

Although developmental psychology focuses on the whole ontogenesis relates, a special focus is on that Childhood and adolescence.

Definition of phylogenesis: The entire phylogenesis or the evolutionary process on which it is based is a development, which in this case does not refer to individual individuals, but to the development of species or species.

If you take the concept of development very broadly, then the phylogenesis or the Anthropogenesis be viewed as a development.

Taking into account the phylogenetic or anthropogenetic foundations can be helpful to some Behavioral relics to understand.

 

Definition of ontogeny: Ontogeny is understood to mean the development of humans from conception to death.

As a rule, however, the term development refers to the ontogeny.

Although developmental psychology focuses on the whole ontogenesis relates, a special focus is on that Childhood and adolescence.

Definition of phylogenesis: The entire phylogenesis or the evolutionary process on which it is based is a development, which in this case does not refer to individual individuals, but to the development of species or species. If the concept of development is taken very broadly, phylogenesis or anthropogenesis can also be viewed as development. Taking into account the phylogenetic or anthropogenetic foundations can be helpful in understanding some behavioral relics. Definition of ontogeny: Ontogeny is understood to mean the development of human beings from conception to death. As a rule, however, the term development refers to ontogeny. Although developmental psychology refers to the entire ontogeny, there is a special focus on childhood and adolescence.

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