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what is an adaptive trait
Question asked by: rita06

Asked on: 22 Sep 2008

An adaptive trait is a change that happens not due to genetics but due to natural selection.

For instance if something happens to get selected but is not due to genetics then this is an adaptive trait.

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Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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