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Natural Selection

Natural Selection

A Chelsea House Title

J. Phil Gibson and Terri R. Gibson

Narrated by Christopher Prince

Approximately 2.5 hours

Unabridged


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Book published by Chelsea House


In his groundbreaking book Natural Selection, Charles Darwin explained his theory that evolution is driven by adaptation of species to their environmental surroundings. From the tiniest microbe to the largest whale, all organisms have changed over vast expanses of time due to the forces of natural selection. Natural Selection provides an overview of the processes and causes that drive natural selection and the principles that explain how it operates, using numerous diverse organisms as examples. Natural Selection promotes a solid understanding of how organisms change over the course of generations and how current biodiversity came to be.

Chelsea House titles offer informative, well written introductions to a wide variety of subjects.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Adaptation

Charles Darwin

Mendel and Inheritance

Artificial Selection

Natural Selection

Sexual Selection

Objections to Darwin’s Theory





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