Adaptation (disambiguation)

Adaptation (disambiguation)

Adaptation may refer to
* Adaptation, an anatomical structure, physiological process or behavioral trait that has evolved.
* Cellular adaptation, the changes made by a cell in response to changes in its environment.
* Neural adaptation, the ability of neural systems to change their response behaviour depending on the recent stimulus history.
** Adaptation (eye), ability of the eye to adjust to various levels of darkness and light.
* Adapted process, a type of stochastic process.
* Adapting to change (e.g. adaptation to global warming), contrast with mitigation.In the arts
* Film adaptation, whose theme, story, or structure is based on another (usually literary) work.
* Literary adaptation, wherein the central elements of a film or other visual medium are adapted into a novel, novella, or comic book.
* Theatrical adaptation, wherein the central elements of a story, either from another play or from another medium, are adapted for the stage.
* "Adaptation.", 2002 film starring Nicolas Cage and Meryl Streep, directed by Spike Jonze

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