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Natural Selection in Action.docx

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Anthropology
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ANTH 1131
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D.Sandgathe

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Natural Selection in Action - The peppered moth in England Other Fundamental Components of the Evolutionary Process 1. Of the inherent variability in traits in a species: a. Most variability is not readily apparent b. Most variability that exists in a species represents neither potential advantage nor disadvantage to their survival c. Of the variability, a small percentage has the potential to be disadvantageous, and a very small percentage has the potential to be advantageous. …
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