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Updated: 2/9/2020
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  • Laura Harmon
  • 1.Inheritance: the change of the inherited traits of a population of organisms through successive generations. 2. Overproduction: each generation has more offspring than can be supported by the environment.3. Survival of the fittest: the continued existence of organisms which are best adapted to their environment. 4.Differential Reproduction: organisms best adapted to a given environment will be most likely to survive to reproductive age and have offspring of their own.
  • Variation
  • Overproduction
  • Survival of the fittest
  • The variations that exist in the population is green and red bugs and also a bird.
  • Reproduction/Inheritance
  • The bird only likes the taste of red bugs, so there are a lot more green bugs then red bugs. The green will produce to make more green bugs and then there will be no red bugs left.
  • Adaption
  • Trait selected: greenTrait selected against: yellowType of adaption: physicalEnvironmental Change: Predator
  • Variation leads to differential survival because the green bugs is most adapted to this environment. The red bugs are seen very easily, so that means the bird will eat them first.
  • When the bird eats all of the red bugs, the green bugs will produce to make more green bugs and there will be no more red bugs. The traits would be that the birds prefer to taste red bugs.