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might the increasing isolation of population in these forests influence their
Evolution occurs when there are changes in the frequencies of alleles
within a population of interbreeding organisms; for example, the allele
for black color in a population of moths becoming more common. So if the
resources of a forest are breaking up, and group of a species of plant
or animal is naturally selected by the environment, and those surviving
species interbreed and evolution would be affected that way.
might the fragmentation affect the evolution of a large mammal, like a moose,
compared to a small invertebrate, like a worm?
horned moose might be naturally selected over small horned moose. A worm
that survives in warm soil might be naturally selected over a worm that
survives in cold soil. for
example on the Galapagos island they birds have different beak sizes
and that's because of the food supply there a bird will have a short and
stumpy beak for small seeds and a big beak for big seed and the tortoises
will have long necks for food that is high up or a short neck for food
that is close to the ground.
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