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Unformatted text preview: Call it an exaptation Many spandrels acquire functions different from their original (non?) function Selection/adaptation: invoke at will! Remove any instance of shared ancestry: inheritance is null hypothesis, anything left Might look alike: shared environment, shared common ancestor. “Natural selection is not evolution” also caused by drift, mutation, migration They change allele frequencies, thus evolution Competing forces: P has changed from 0.01 to 0.99? Which force...
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