Evolution takes place when there are changes in the frequencies
of alleles within a population of interbreeding organisms; for instance, the
allele for black color in a population of moths becoming more widespread. Thus, if the resources of a forest are breaking up, and
a group of a species of plant or animal is naturally selected by the
environment, and those surviving species interbreed and evolution would influence
Small horned moose might
naturally selected over small horned moose. A worm that survives in warm
soil might naturally selected over a worm
that survives in cold soil.
May 28th, 2015
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