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Darwin's Study of Finches
An overview of Darwin's study of finches (Geospiza fortis) on Galapagos Island.
# 138469 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Biology (General)


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The paper asserts that Darwin's study of finches (Geospiza fortis) on the undisturbed Galapagos Island is an excellent example of the way a gene pool works in species'. The paper explains the concept of the gene pool and the innate ability of an animal to survive by adapting the genes of the next generation assure long-term survival of a species through their offspring. The paper provides a diagram of Darwin's finches to show the adaptation from one generation of finch to another.

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"Darwin's study of finches (Geospiza fortis) on the undisturbed Galapagos Island is an excellent example of the way a gene pool works in species'. The gene pool, which was a discovery in science after Darwin, adapts in order to survive. This concept was a scientific break through in Darwin's time. The innate ability of an animal to survive by adapting the genes of the next generation assure long-term survival of a species through their offspring. In the Diagram below of Darwin's finches (Geospiza fortis) the beak is illustrated to show the adaptation from one generation of finch to another. In order to take advantage of the a variety of feeding..."

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