Answer to Question #24258 in Other Biology for jeison
If a population of organisms could not react to their physical environment, what would that mean for the concept of natural selection?
If a population of organisms would not react to their physical environment, this would mean that this population will be doomed to extinction to that degree, until the last generation which with genetic processes does not receive a gene that will predict reaction to environment or become extinct completely.
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