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Author Topic:   Peppered Moths and Natural Selection
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Message 209 of 350 (354114)
10-04-2006 10:23 AM
Reply to: Message 208 by Akrid
10-04-2006 9:01 AM


Welcome!
Unfortunately your question is off topic since this topic is centrally about natural selection and specifically regarding the peppered moth 'icon'.

There are, however, several threads on the subject here.

What is the mechanism that prevents microevolution to become macroevolution?
Natural Limitation to Evolutionary Processes (2/14/05)
Can random mutations cause an increase in information in the genome?

and this thread is still open:
Allelic variants: Simple refutation of "Kinds" (and/or decreasing genetic diversity)

Hopefully the answers can be found within. If you have further queries you can see if the question is on topic in any of the related open threads. Alternatively you can propose a new topic at the appropriate Forum Proposed New Topics

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