Behavior and Natural Selection

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Behavior and Natural Selection

026 - Behavior and Natural Selection

Paul Andersen explains how the behavior of various organisms is shaped by natural selection. The action of phototropism and the timing of photoperiodism have both been shaped by the relative availability of light. Courtship in the bower bird determines the success of offspring. And finally pollination represents the combined success of the coevolution between insects and flowers.

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February 2014
Too advanced for middle school, but useful for advanced placement courses.