selection occurring when a population is at or near the carrying capacity of the environment, which is usually stable: tends to favor individuals that successfully compete for resources and produce few, slowly developing young, and results in a stable population of long-lived individuals.Compare r selection.
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Learn The Strange Link Between The Letters C And GCan you imagine a world in which the sounds of G and C were both represented by the letter C? Try to imacine it. Believe it or not, for much of their history, the sounds of C and G were represented by the same symbol. Eventually, however, both sounds received their own differentiated symbols. Both G and C have their origin in the Phoenician letter gimel, …
Also K-se·lec·tion [key-si-lek-shuh n] /ˈkeɪ sɪˌlɛk ʃən/.
Related formsK-se·lect·ed [key-si-lek-tid] /ˈkeɪ sɪˌlɛk tɪd/, adjective
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