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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Evolution
Level: Grade 7
Author: Salter
Last Modified: 6 months ago

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Grade 7 Evolution

Individuals within a population have slightly different traits, or variations. How do variations improve the likelihood that a population will survive?
  1. Variation enables individuals to produce offspring that will survive into adulthood.
  2. Variation enables the population to create new genes, which help individuals survive a significant change in their environment.
  3. Variation provides the raw material upon which natural selection acts in a population.
  4. Variation enables individuals who are very different from the rest of the population to reproduce more successfully.
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