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Evolution Acts on the Phenotype

Describes how natural selection acts on the traits or characteristics of an individual.

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Natural Selection acts on Phenotypes

Natural Selection acts on Phenotypes.
Example: A population of circles have blue and red phenotypes and three different genotypes. The blue circles get eaten and not the red.

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