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I will attempt to show," writes Richards, "that Darwin did not regard the natural process of evolution as morally neutral; [rather] he wielded his device of natural selection in On The Origin of Species .
The researchers used this fact to seek evidence that natural selection had favored increased evolvability, focusing on the Lyme disease bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi.
We stopped natural selection as soon as we started being able to rear 95-99% of our babies.
The findings from this unusual year provided stunning evidence that natural selection was working on every generation of ground finches, changing the calculus of reproductive success and the composition of alleles in the gene pool of the species.
Despite its centrality in the life sciences, evolutionary change by natural selection is still poorly understood by students throughout the educational hierarchy (Gregory, 2009).
Neither Vibberts nor Clinch responded further to queries about the sudden disappearance of Beckerman's credit, or a listing that shows Natural Selection among the movie's backers on the Internet Movie Database.
All we are doing now is accelerating the process of natural selection.
At a lecture in London, Prof Jones said evolution was made up of natural selection, mutation and random change.
As the debate between proponents of intelligent design and of evolution rages on, Barash demonstrates how natural selection can explain various aspects of the human experience.
The negative thesis is that some aspects of life and its history cannot be understood in terms of natural selection.
Mendel (The founder of genetic science) demonstrated the sudden discontinous mutations that greatly reduced the role of Darwinian natural selection in determining the course of evolution.