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Authors: Krisztin Szőke, Attila D. Sándor, Sándor A. Boldogh, Tamás Görföl, Jan Votýpka, Nóra Takács, Péter Estók, Dávid Kováts, Alexandra Corduneanu, Viktor Molnár, Jenő Kontschán and Sándor Hornok

, 709 – 713 . Hamilton , P. B. , Teixeira , M. M. G. and Stevens , J. R. ( 2012 ): The evolution of Trypanosoma cruzi : the ‘bat seeding’ hypothesis . Trends Parasitol. 28

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184 Mufwene, S. S. (2001): The Ecology of Language Evolution. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. The Ecology of Language Evolution

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The relation between science and religion has always been a question of interest since the early 19th century. Following international tendencies, in the past ten years a related polemic about evolution has become increasingly intensive in Hungary. The starting point of our research was the assumption that differences exist in the views of those with a factual knowledge of evolution (e.g. students who learned about evolution and studied aspects of it in laboratory, etc.), and those, whose attitudes towards evolution were formed exclusively by a general world view they devote themselves to. Subjects were university students. Questions we asked were the following: To what extent and in what way are students religious? Are biology students less or more religious then the average university student? Can religion encourage (or discourage) scientific thinking? Do insights of religion and of science complement or contradict each other? Do religion and science refer to the same kind of reality? What contributes more to a student's thinking about evolution: is it (lack or) existence of religious background or is it university education? Do students of biology attempt to reconcile evolution and creation? We discuss the background and present and analyse the - sometimes surprising - results.

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354 357 Maynard Smith, J. (1978): The Evolution of Sex. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. The Evolution of Sex

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Hibbett, D. S., Pine, E. M., Langer, E., Langer, G., Donoghue, M. J.: Evolution of gilled mushrooms and puffballs inferred from ribosomal DNA sequences. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 94 , 12002-12006 (1997

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403 423 . R.I.M. Dunbar 2010 Brain and behaviour in primate evolution P.H. Kappeler

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Griesemer, J. (1999): Reproduction and the reduction of genetics. In Beurton, P., Falk, R. and Rheinberger, H-J. (eds): The Concept of the Gene in Development and Evolution . Cambridge University Press

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.). Donald, M. (1991): Origins of the Modern Mind. Three Stages in the Evolution of Culture and Cognition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Origins of the Modern Mind. Three Stages in the Evolution of

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Authors: Hichem Eloussifi, Jordi Farjas, Pere Roura, Jaume Camps, Mohamed Dammak, Susagna Ricart, Teresa Puig and Xavier Obradors

superconducting films from metal TFAs, processing parameters such as temperature evolution [ 11 , 12 ] and atmosphere [ 12 , 13 ] strongly affect the material’s microstructure. Despite the wide use of metal TFA precursors, the number of works devoted to

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Axelrod, R. and Hamilton, W. D. (1981): The evolution of cooperation. Science 211 :1390-1396. The evolution of cooperation Science

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