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  1. I'll clear one of these up for you: Microevolution - changes in a species over a short amount of time Macroevolution - those same changes in a species accumulating over a long period of time, usually used when...

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  2. ...rural, are the percentages of the races who make up its population . There is no "social" factor which accounts for as much...

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  3. ... -- everything about us from cultural meaning to social organization to population genetics to evolution to ape behavior. It's very flexible, which makes...

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  4. ...quot;Evolution" usually means the theory of evolution, a principle in biology about how populations of organisms gradually change over time, in response to natural selection. So...

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  5. Actually 90% of the world's population now understands and accepts the basic... you can pass a simple HS course in Biology , Evolution like Gravity, is...

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  6. ... differences between individuals of the same race or the same population are often more marked than the average differences between ...

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  7. ...brain not just the "plumbing parts" about 10% roughly of the population is homosexual where ther sexual attraction is directed to same sex...

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  8. The number of new mutations in a population per generation, multiplied by the probability that any one allele copy will be fixed, is equal to u0.

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  9. ...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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  10. ...the migration and transmission of genetic material among and between populations . And this about describes what the "... you always feel superior to the dummies in normal Biology class.

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