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Jim Collins & Jerry Porras “Built to Last” 1997 The central concept of evolutionary theory—and Charles Darwin's great insight—is that species evolve by a process of undirected variation ("random genetic mutation") and natural selection. Through genetic variation, a species attains "good chances" that some of its members will be well suited to the demands of the environment...
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Through genetic variation, a species attains "good chances" that some of its members will be well suited to the demands of the environment. As the environment shifts, the genetic variations that best fit the environment tend to get "selected" (that is, the well-suited variations tend to survive and the poorly suited tend to perish—that's what Darwin meant by "survival of the fittest")...
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Darwin: On The Origin Of Species By The Means Of Natural Selection   Theory Of Evolution By Natural And Sexual Selection   Charles Darwin Natural Selection   Describe what evolutionary psychologists mean when they employ the term ?theory of mind'. Use examples and research studies from Book 1, Chapter 2 to show why this theory is important in evolutionary psychology.   Analysis Of Charles Darwin's On The Origin Of Species   Analysis of Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species   Charles Darwin "Natural Selection"   Darwin's Natural Selection   Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection   Darwin: On The Origin Of Species By The Means Of Natural Selection   On Darwin's Theory Of Natural Selection   Theory Of Evolution By Natural And Sexual Selection   theory of natural selection   What is mutation? What is a gene mutation? Discuss sickle cell anemia (its cause, effect, and treatment) B) what are mutagens and their effects? C) what is genetic counseling? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this procedure.   Why is altruistic behaviour problematic for the theory of natural selection?  
 
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