How do natural selection and adaptive radiation differ?
#68334. Asked by niale. (Jul 16 06 11:32 PM)
Adaptive radiation is the progressive diversification of a species into two or more species as groups adapt to different environments. Natural selection is usually the principle mechanism driving adaptive radiation. http://anthro.palomar.edu/synthetic/synth_9.htm
Jul 17 06, 12:47 AM
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