how does natural selection lead to changes in population?
- hcbiochemLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Natural selection causes some genotypes (or phenotypes) to be more successful at leaving offspring than other ones. With each generation, the traits being selected for will become slightly more common in the population and the traits being selected against will become slightly less common. Over time, the population can experience extreme changes.
- ImizLv 59 years ago
uhh..to be very simple
natural selection means 'selection by nature'
means that a certain organism will survive in a certain nature only
like lions will live only in warm temperate area ,
they will die if they live in another nature like cold areas