Darwinism - Adaptation processes in which traits are...

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Charles Darwin’s theory of Evolution Darwin noticed that the specimen on South America differed greatly than those found in Europe. Species change over time. The agent responsible for change in species is called natural selection. Offspring of most organisms are not identical to each other or their parents. Insignificant changes give individuals slight variations that depend on the survival of the individual. Populations evolve rather than individuals.
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Unformatted text preview: Adaptation processes in which traits are acquired. Traits that allow for survival for the species. Genetic Variation within Populations Gene pool sum of all copies of alleles found in the population Genotypes do not uniquely determine phenotypes; a phenotype can be produced using different genotypes. Environmental factors also change the growth of an organism or its individual parts....
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