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genotypic adaptation


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A form of biological adaptation that is genetically determined, occurs by natural selection (because those individuals which have favourable genetically acquired traits tend to breed more successfully than those which lack these traits), and can be passed on to future generations. See adaptive strategy.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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