Theories of Biology - When I think of the evolution by...

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When I think of the evolution by natural selection, I cannot help to think of monkeys becoming humans for some reason, and I am sure that I am not the only one. The term Natural Selection is simply defined as a process where heritable traits in an organism that is more likely to survive and successfully reproduce in order to become more common over successive generations of a population. An example can be the global warming that is happening to the planet. There are several species that cannot handle this change. In that case there are more species being found that are new species that may have been developed to be able to survive the changes and that can adapt to the changing earth. Inheritance or genes as some know this term by, is something I have always known so much about ever since I can remember. Simply defined it is what makes a child like their parents or grandchildren like their grandparents. It’s a certain gene that has been passed down through reproduction that helps develop similar characteristics in a family. Cells can be described as something so small that the naked
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