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  1. It applies to the Suomi and the Inuit as well.

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  2. .... It is generally accepted that the founding population of Homo sapiens (modern humans) was small, anywhere from 700 to 10...

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  3. ...non-random process by which biological traits become either more or less common in a population . Basically, those with desirable traits (beneficial traits) have...

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  4. It depends on the selection pressure.

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  5. ... luck with this question on general evolution if you post it in the right section: Biology or Zoology under "Science and Mathematics"...

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  6. Population genetics/human variation Human and nonhuman evolutionary biology Forensic anthropology Human osteology

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  7. ... will reproduce with other members of the same species. b. Populations who don't reproduce go extinct. They don't loose their ...

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  8. ... (see rain forests) for farmland. This is basic ecosystem biology , cause and effect. The result will likely be increased global ...

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