It isn't. Evolution is just something that happens where you have populations of organisms. To any individual organism doesn't matter one hoot that its distant ancestor was different than itself, or that its remote descendants will be different again.
No, organisms die.Evolution is the change in allele frequency over time in a population of organisms.
The process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient organisms is called evolution.
The smallest group of organisms wherein evolution can take place is a population. This is because all methods of evolution require chromosomes from more than one organism.
When a mutation occurs in the replication process, it changes certain features, like maybe better eyesight, and maybe bigger eyes, or bigger claws, and the meaning of evolution is when something changes into a better form.
When the immediate environment changes and stress is put on organisms. Then those who have the variation that will become beneficial in this environment will be reproductively more successful.
Organisms are required for evolution to occur. Evolution is defined as something that happens when organisms reproduce.
the phylum cnidaria contains over 9000 different organisms
because evolution can be successful if the immediate biodiversity stays in the organisms making them diverse and seperating them from the rest
the most important factor when classifying organisms is eolutionary history because its what gives the common ancestors and the evolution of where the organism came from and from there they can classify the organism by this information.
Evolution is the change in allele ( different molecular form of the same gene ) frequency over time in a population of organisms.
No. Evolution explains how and why organisms change over time. It makes no difference to evolution how organisms are generated.
Evolution is the effect caused by the interaction of organisms and their environment, organisms and other organisms, organisms and their genes, and so on. The simplest answer to this question is that organisms produce and propagate replications of the alleles they carry: they reproduce.
Yes, if evolution were true we would find fossils of half-developed organisms. However, no such fossils exist on the Earth.
Perhaps you mean group evolution, your question is unclear. It is also important to note that most evolutionary biologists don't believe group evolution happens.
example of an micro-evolution in an organism?