Theories of Biology

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T h e o r i e s o f B i o l o g y | 1 UNIVERISY OF PHOENIX/SCI-230 Theories of Biology Owen Thomas 4/9/2011
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T h e o r i e s o f B i o l o g y | 3 (1) Evolution by Natural Selection: the theory of natural; selection is “only the strong survive”. This is simple terms means that a life form more adept to it environment is most likely to prosper and evolve than a life form with less ideal characteristics. (2) Inheritance: to receive or pass on characteristics from parents to children. A child will resemble the parent while not looking identical. Genes passed one from the parent will manifest in the offspring in a manor to which those genes can be traced back throughout the lineage of the gene. (3) Cell: all organisms are composed of cells and all cells are from pre-existing cells. Therefore a
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