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  1. ...because of that. Since there is so much variation in how people of the same population develop tolerance and metabolize it, perhaps it could evolve quickly enough for there to be a...

    6 Answers · Social Science · 07/11/2008

  2. ... have no faith at all in sexual selection. The fact is in most populations all members have a chance at reproducing, and in those where ...

    1 Answers · Social Science · 18/07/2013

  3. ... and Australia to an extent. It is because of history, not biology . Take an Ethiopian woman. She is black in skin color...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 10/05/2010

  4. ...fitness, which is the amount of offspring an individual contributes to a population relative to other individuals in that same population of an organism, is...

    1 Answers · Social Science · 10/12/2007

  5. In biology we do not use typically use 'race', we use ' populations '. It's similar to race but not nearly as clear cut. Thanks to...

    9 Answers · Social Science · 26/07/2013

  6. .... It is generally accepted that the founding population of Homo sapiens was small, anywhere from 700 to 10,000 individuals...

    4 Answers · Social Science · 28/06/2012

  7. 1. Biology . the gradual change in certain characteristics exhibited by members of a series of adjacent populations of organisms of the same species. 2. Linguistics. (in...

    9 Answers · Social Science · 02/01/2007

  8. ... in populations and don't really have much validity in Biology . They probably indicate which populations are more closely related so it is rather interesting...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 10/11/2009

  9. ..., in a taxonomic sense, to denote genetically differentiated human populations defined by phenotype. In biology , races are distinct genetically divergent populations within the same...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 02/12/2012

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