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# What are the differences between sexual and natural selection? Define and explain each (including the basic principles of evolutionary changes and natural selection...

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###### What are the differences between sexual and natural selection? Define and explain each (including the basic principles of evolutionary changes and natural selection) with examples from the readings and class.Name two species with non-genetic sex determination and describe the effective mechanism_Describe the key evolutionary transitions that emerged as sexual organisms transitioned from unimorphic t0 dimorphic and how this led to sexual selection. Explain with examples from readings and articles

What are the differences between sexual and natural selection? Define and explain each (including the basic principles of evolutionary changes and natural selection) with examples from the readings and class. Name two species with non-genetic sex determination and describe the effective mechanism_ Describe the key evolutionary transitions that emerged as sexual organisms transitioned from unimorphic t0 dimorphic and how this led to sexual selection. Explain with examples from readings and articles mentioned in class:

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