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what is Darwins theory of evolution?
Darwin's theory of evolution explains how species of living things have changed over geological time. The theory is supported by evidence from fossils and by the rapid changes that can be seen to occur in microorganisms such as antibiotic-resistant b
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how does a plar bear adapt to its environment?
a white appearance, as camouflage from prey on the snow and ice
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what is continues variation?
Human height is an example of continuous variation. Height ranges from that of the shortest person in the world to that of the tallest person. Any height is possible between these values. So it is continuous variation.
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what is discontinues variation?
Human blood group is an example of discontinuous variation. There are only four types of blood group. There are no other possibilities and there are no values in between. So this is discontinuous variation.
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whats inherited variation?
Variation in a characteristic that is a result of genetic inheritance from the parents is called inherited variation.
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examples of inherited variation?
eye colour
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