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Blueprints for Life

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Genetics Classical genetics Cytogenetics Gene Meiosis Evolution Mutation Mendelian inheritance Dominance Heredity Homologous chromosome DNA Darwin GREGOR MENDEL
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Genetics Classical genetics Cytogenetics Gene Meiosis Evolution Mutation Mendelian inheritance Dominance Heredity Homologous chromosome DNA Darwin GREGOR MENDEL
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Evolutionary theory states that all organisms have developed from pre-existing organisms. With changes in the environment, organisms with unfavourable characteristics to survive will decrease in number while those who have adaptations which the change favours will dominate and diversify. Competition between species leaves an organism with three options: to move or become extinct, to have competitors move or become extinct, or look for alternative resources and diversify. Factor Examples changes in physical conditions in the environment changes in the chemical conditions of the environment competition for resources temperatur...
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