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Yr 10 Evolution


Charles Darwin The scientist who developed the Theory of Natural Selection.
Environment The surrounding conditions in which an organism develops.
Evolution A gradual process in which species change into different and often more complex forms.
Generation A term used to describe the descendants of a pair of individuals. For example, the first generation is their children and the second generation is their grandchildren.
Natural Selection The process whereby organisms that are better adapted to their environment survive and reproduce to pass on their favourable characteristics (alleles).
Survival of the Fittest The characteristic (allele) that gives the most chance of survival and allows the organism to survive better than other organisms without the characteristic. Variation
Variation This describes the differences shown in a group of organisms. For example, fur colour or flower colour.
Created by: DR1