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co-adaptation


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The development and maintenance of advantageous genetic traits, so that mutual relationships can persist. Predator–prey and flower–pollinator relationships often exhibit examples of co-adaptation, which is an aspect of coevolution.

Subjects: Biological Sciences.


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