Natural Selections Three Modes of Action

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Natural Selections Three Modes of Action   (1) stabilizing selection   (2) directional selection   (3) diversifying selection (disruptive selection)     species - a group of similar organisms who have the potential to interbreed to produce  fertile offspring.     adaptive radiation - the emergence of numerous species from a common ancestor     Theory of Punctuated Equilibrium - proposed by Stephen Jay Gould and Niles Eldridge;  suggests that evolution may be characterized by abrupt "starts and stops"; species may 
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