Sexual Selection

Sexual selection is the nonrandom and consistent differences between different genotypes of the same sex in their ability to mate with (or fertilize) the organisms of the other sex. Sexual selection can be as strong as natural selection and can result in rapid genetic divergence of different populations. Sexual selection is the cause of the evolution of many secondary sexual characteristics, particularly in male animals, such as bright colors, elaborate ornaments, and conspicuous songs that are not useful or may

even be deleterious for survival. Sexual selection is thought to be a major cause of specia-tion in some groups of organisms.

Worm Farming

Worm Farming

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