Adaptation may refer to—
- Adaptation in biology, an anatomical structure, physiological process or behavioral trait that has evolved over a period of time by the process of natural selection that increases the likelihood of producing larger numbers of offspring or its reproductive success.
- The ability of the eye to adjust to various levels of darkness and light.
- A work whose theme, story, or structure is based on another work, sometimes transformed for the medium. For example, the works of William Shakespeare have been the source for several adaptations.
- Adaptation a film starring Nicolas Cage and Meryl Streep released in 2002.
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