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1. How do bacteria acquire genetic variation and how does thatdiffer from the mechanism by which humans acquire variation?

2. Be able to explain why the following statement is true:Natural Selection works on individuals while evolution works onpopulations over generations. Or to put it another way: Individualsdo not evolve, populations do.

3. How can evolution explain the formation of complex structuressuch as the eye or the flagella motor?

4. What causes variation in a species? To put this another way:all humans have the same genes, yet we do not look alike. What isthe reason for the phenotypic differences between individuals ofthe same species? What is genetic recombination?

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