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evloution a change in speices over time
species a group of an organisms that are the same
fossils a trace of an organism from the past
variation difrence in traits
adaptation an inheritide trait to help an organism survive
artificial selection process by which humans modify a species
natural selection a way for a species cope with the envirement
heritability the ability for trait to be passed
population all speices live together
fitness the muser of an organism chance to survive
normal distribution distrbution of a spices
directional selection a path way from natural selection in an uncomin phenotype
stabilizing selection a path way from natural selection in which there is no medien
disruptive selection a path way from natural selection were every thing is equile
speciation the evloution of 2 or more species
extinction the elimination of a species
Created by: william45