Natural selection

Natural selection
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  • Variation
  • Natural selection
  • Geographic isolation
  • Diversity sources are mutations (for example: blue eyes), gene revision (ex-independent reservoir) and sided genes transfer during sexual reproduction. There are 5 cores in this scene, out of these five techs, there are four tang fires, if red fur is the descendent of the Korgi, but most people may have red furcarges during this time.
  • Directional Selection
  • In natural selection, the organisms that are well adapted or fit in their environment are more likely to survive in the environment. Natural selection affects the range of phenotype -> Hour curve affects the shape. For example, in this scenario, the smoker's beer is not very suitable in this environment, but the crossover is suitable for the environment.
  • Genetic drift
  • Geographical isolation When two populations are separated by geographical barriers such as rivers, hills, or water bodies. For this scene, two "populations" of the Corks are separated by the river.
  • Evidence of evolution
  • When the person at the end of the curve has high fitness. In this scenario, there is warm fitness than leopards. Cheetahs are smaller than wool's wolf. The wolf will be good in the Arctic or cooler environment.
  • Why is it so HOT?
  • What are you talking about?
  • Genetic drift is more descriptive than the chance of a certain ally. For example, the gray fur coasts had more children than Tan Far Korsis.
  • Dog ancestors are wolves. Although there are still wolves, dogs originate from sheep. Actually the first dog was a tidy wolf. Plus the bones from body parts and dogs are most similar to wolves.
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