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Evolution is the development of changes that can be passed genetically over the history of an organism. … The study of how ecological factors cause changes in an organism throughout its history is evolutionary ecology. Ecological factors affecting evolution include living, or biotic, and nonliving, or abiotic factors. Is FrontiersRead More →

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Individual organisms can evolve during a single lifespan. Evolution only occurs slowly and gradually. Because evolution is slow, humans cannot influence it. Will humans ever stop evolving? Has human evolution stopped? The answer is a definitive no. The only way to truly stop any biological organism from evolving is extinction.Read More →

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“Most scientists would probably say the Great Whites evolved from the megalodon line, which existed from two million to twenty million years ago. … “Our analysis of their teeth shows that Great White and mako sharks have very similar tooth growth trajectories, while those of the great white and megalodonRead More →

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There are five lines of evidence that support evolution: the fossil record, biogeography, comparative anatomy, comparative embryology, and molecular biology. What is punctuated sedimentation? Punctuated sedimentation. Biogeography is the study of. Location of organisms on earth. Drawings theory lacked an explanation for. Inheritance of traits. What are the 4 mainRead More →