A defense in which one organism resembles another that is dangerous or poisonousA defense in which one organism resembles another that is dangerous or poisonousA defense in which one organism resembles another that is dangerous or poisonous
English naturalist, geologist and biologist, best known for his contributions to science of evolution
The process in which organisms are bred to produce offspring with desirable traits.
Structures that have no apparent function and appear to be residual parts from a past ancestors.
Variation in the relative frequency of different genotypes in a small population. Owing to the chance disappearance of a particular gene as individuals die or do not reproduce.
The action or process of mutating.
Individuals with certain genotype have more reproductive success that other organisms in the same population.
The process in which organisms adapt to the environment to survive and give off-spring.
Are physical features of an organism that helps it to survive and succeed in its environment
Similar features of different animals that have evolved due to convergent evolution
French naturalist, soldier, biologist, academic, and an early proponent of the idea that evolution occurred and proceeded in accordance with natural laws
A change that assists an organism in surviving its habitat.
The act, means, or result of obscuring things to deceive an enemy
Seasonal movement of animals from one region to another
Internal systematic responses to external stimuli in order to help an organism maintain homeostasis.
The condition of being physically fit and healthy.
An ex. of an organ or bone that appears in different animals underlining anatomical commonalities demonstrating decent from a common ancestor.
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