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Unformatted text preview: compared to another individual b) Examples i) Pesticide/ Antibiotic resistance ii) Artificial selection: mans use of a selection process (i.e.: develop specific breeds of dogs or other species) c) Outcomes i) Directional selection: selection favors one extreme; usually occurs when the environment is changed ii) Stabilizing selection: 2 opposing selection pressures that result in favoring the average type rather than the extremes (bell-shaped graph) iii) Diversifying selection: favors 2 extremes, works against average type...
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2008 for the course BIOL 115 taught by Professor Behrens during the Spring '07 term at Towson.
- Spring '07