Natural Selection is a mechanism of evolution wherein organisms that are “fit” to their environment are able to survive and reproduce. Species characteristics, the abiotic environment, and competition are few of the agents of Natural Selection.
These activities demonstrate how intra-specific and inter-specific competition as well as some of the physical and/or behavioral traits of organisms makes them more “fit” to the environment than other organisms. It is composed of two parts: Part I is intra- specific competition and Part II is inter-specific competition. This maybe an additional activity which can be used for the third Quarter of the Grade 10 science of the K to 12 Curriculum under the topic on Biodiversity and Evolution.
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