OUTLINE 4 - Outline 4 I Nature versus Nurture Controversy...

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Outline 4 I. Nature versus Nurture Controversy ; environmentally induced polymorphism shows that grasshoppers’ color depends on kind of food it eats and the cue, yet everything happens from a genetic basis: nature via nurture; dichotomy in saying one or the other; snails killed by thrushes are controlled by their color in English environment: by May, green snails killed less; human blood types have been adapted since various vulnerable to disease; environment either exacerbates or mediates or dulls them. II. Natural Selection very impersonal and it has not best for the “species”, rather antagonistic and frequency dependence, saying working for good in naïve group selection (generalization) and could work a population to extension by favoring babies; meiotic drive (segregation distortion) one of the father’s or mother’s chromosome gets more representation and is a selfish gene but not so much as to prohibit random reproduction, when in crossing over one gets randomly disproportion; needs Parliament of genes works together for reproduction.
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