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Natural Selection

Question1. Answers Root-Bernstein cites several evidences to his student to support the biological evidence of evolution. He starts with examination of homologies, the body parts that come from the same embryological parts but with different functions like a human’s hand and a bat’s wing or a whale’s flipper. He further gives the use of analogies […]

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Natural Selection

Answer to Q.1 In support of biological evolution, Root-Bernstein cites several evidences. He uses analogies which concerns body parts with different developmental origins but perform same functions such as the insects and birds’ wings. He also uses various homologies such as the body parts that that originate from same embryological parts but perform different functions […]

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Darwin and Malthus – Comparison and Contrast

Much of our current understanding about the existence of the large variety of living things around the world is based upon Charles Darwin’s groundbreaking novel, On the Origin of Species. However, matching Darwin’s theory of natural selection and evolution is how Darwin himself was able to utilize information from a previous source in order to […]

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