What are the four postulates of evolution by natural selection?

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(1) Populations vary.
(2) The variation is heritable.
(3) More offspring are produced than can survive.
(4) Populations differ in their production of offspring.

  

(1) Individuals in a population vary.
(2) The variation is heritable.
(3) More offspring are produced than can survive.
(4) Individuals differ in their production of offspring.

  

(1) Individuals in a population vary.
(2) The variation is heritable.
(3) More offspring are produced than can survive.
(4) Individuals have different alleles.

  

(1) Individuals in a population vary.
(2) The variation is heritable.
(3) Offspring are produced that can survive.
(4) Individuals produce offspring.

 

asked Dec 28, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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(1) Individuals in a population vary.
(2) The variation is heritable.
(3) More offspring are produced than can survive.
(4) Individuals differ in their production of offspring.

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by anonymous



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