Heredity, Natural Selection, and Evolution

Natural Selection

What is the Darwin-Wallace theory?

The Darwin-Wallace theory can be summarized as follows: Species as a whole demonstrate descent with modification from common ancestors, and natural selection is the sum of the environmental forces that drive those modifications. The modifications or adaptations make the individuals in the population better suited to survival in their environment, more “fit” as it were.


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