Natural selection is the result of the struggle for existence

The concept of “natural selection” was formulated in 1858 by Charles Darwin and AR Wallace.

Natural selection is the predominant survival and reproduction of individuals that have traits that are useful for these conditions.

The synthetic theory of evolution has expanded the understanding of this process. According to STE, as a result of the struggle for existence, individuals with the most useful phenotypes in this environment survive. If the selection of phenotypes continues in a series of generations, then a change in the gene pool will occur in the population.
Natural selection is a directed process of selectively preserving phenotypes and reproducing adaptive genotypes.

Natural selection is the mechanism by which living organisms adapt and evolve. The individual organisms that are best adapted to the environment survive and reproduce successfully, producing fertile offspring. After numerous reproduction cycles, such organisms become predominant in the population. As a result, adaptation to environmental conditions is formed.

Any fitness is the result of natural selection.

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