Results for: Microevolution

In Biology

What is microevolution?

Microevolution is the change in allele frequencies brought about by mutation, genetic drift, gene flow, and natural selection below the species level. Over time, microevolutio (MORE)

Microevolution can be described as?

Described by the definition for evolution. Evolution is the change in allele frequency over time in a population of organisms. Many biologists, myself included, do not like (MORE)
In Science

Can volcano eruption will lead to microevolution?

Yes, this can relate back to the peppered moth example. Moths in England that were a white/black (peppered) color were more adapted to blend in with lichens on the trees in th (MORE)
In Science

Is evolution an extension of microevolution?

Micro-evolution is a perspective on evolution, just life macro-evolution is a perspective on evolution. Micro-evolution is evolution seen at small scales; macro-evolution (MORE)

What are the causes of microevolution?

The same as the causes of so called macroevolution. The change in allele frequency over time in a population of organisms. By mutation, natural selection, genetic drift and ge (MORE)

How do evolution and microevolution differ?

Miroevolution is the change in allele frequency overtime in populations of organisms not leading to speciation; below the taxa level. Macroevolution is speciation. This term (MORE)

How are speciation and microevolution different?

Evolution and speciation. ( microevolution is imprecise ) Alleles can change over time in a population of organisms without any great change in the phenotype or behavior of (MORE)

How microevolution and migration can affect an ecosystem?

Migration can negatively impact an ecosystem if the migration is permanent and leads to the loss of native species. Temporary migration, such as in the case of birds flying so (MORE)

Can microevolution lead to macroevoultion?

Given the opportunity for reproductive isolation betweensubpopulations to develop, macroevolution seems like an inevitableconsequence of microevolution. Not only can speciatio (MORE)