How natural selection affects single gene and polygenic traits within population By: John lepping

Animals

This finch has a small beak because they are adapted to eating smaller seeds
They change color to hide from predators
Fennec Foxes have large ears to hear predators
Giraffes have long necks to get the food in tall trees
Armadillos have a hard shell and can curl up into a ball to protect themselves from predators

Plants

Sunflowers grow tall to get the most sunlight
A cactus has thorns to protect its self from predators
Venus fly trap traps flies when it goes into its mouth to get food and the fly trap closes its mouth so the flie can't escape
This is a variation of the Venus fly trap and its has necture and the fly tries to get it and falls into a stomach full of acid
This tree has big roots to get more water

Microbes

A group of disorders that cause red blood cells to become misshapen and break down.
Chlamydia Bacterial Infection chlamydia bacterial infection chlamydia disease: expert raise alarm on bacteria infection, std.
This is a bacterial infection
Differences of bacterial and a virus
Antibiotics will help bacterial infections until they adapt to the medication
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Created with images by brian.gratwicke - "Toad Mountain Harlequin frog (Atelopus certus) Female left, male right. This species is now secure in captivity and has recently been captive-bred for the first time by Dr. Ibanez and his team." • AntoGros - "Bird on a Wire" • nile - "camelion animal pet" • terren in Virginia - "Fennec Fox" • exfordy - "Giraffe" • hawken king - "armadillo" • metalslugzmaste-96200 - "flower sunflower sky" • Phoenix Area Homes by Tom Weiskopf PLLC - "Saguaro Cactus" • goingslo - "Big Tree" • NIH-NCATS - "untitled image" • dannyman - "Chlamydia. You May Not Know You Have It."

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