• consumption
  • Here, we share methods for measuring mitochondrial oxygen consumption, a defining concept of nutritional energetics, and proton leak, the primary cause of inefficiency in mitochondrial generation of ATP. (jove.com)
  • example
  • Miller (1999) refers to the development of antibiotic resistance as an example of evolution's "creative force. (trueorigin.org)
  • evidence
  • Thus, evolutionists typically conclude that genetic examples of "evolutionary change" are abundant and that creationists are forced to deny this readily observed evidence. (trueorigin.org)
  • change
  • What is more, any change that appears to provide a so-called "beneficial" adaptation is commonly seen as a driving force of evolution. (trueorigin.org)