evolutionary strategy

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A passive result of natural selection that gives the appearance of a ploy employed by genes to increase their numbers at the expense of other genes (see evolution). An evolutionary strategy is not a strategy in the cognitive sense, but a theoretical tool employed by evolutionary biologists.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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