Yes, I do, the first state of natural selection is overproduction.
Nicole, do you know the first state of natural selection?
Inherited variation, this happens when he offspring are similar but not identical to their parents.
Great job! Nate do you know the second state?
Well, I think it is successful reproduction. Which means that the best adapted genes stay in the gene pool!
That is correct, Chris do you know the third state?
Well that's close it's actually the struggle to survive which means that only the best live to adult hood
You have a test tomorrow, on this topic. Sleep well see you guys tomorrow. Make sure to STUDY!!
Rats do this, they over produce and the offspring are very similar but they aren't identical the parent. It is sad but the strong ones and or healthy ones only make it and, all the good genes that they carry end up in the gene pool.
She didn't call on me once and I knew all the answers!