In a population of wild bees, a mutation resulted in slightly larger wingspan in some of the bees. This larger wingspan made the bees more e

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In a population of wild bees, a mutation resulted in slightly larger wingspan in some of the bees. This larger wingspan made the bees more efficient in their flights to flowers to collect nectar. Thus, these bees became more successful. This trait was passed on to offspring, and eventually the larger wingspan variety of bee replaced their smaller-winged relatives completely. It could be said that ____ favored the bee with the larger wingspan, and so the ____ evolved

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Trúc Chi 3 months 2021-07-19T22:13:57+00:00 1 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-07-19T22:15:49+00:00

    Answer:

    The correct answer is – natural selection, population.

    Explanation:

    In this case, the wild bees population experienced a mutation which helps in become more eeficient to fight for nector. This bees population is more sucessful to other that didnt recieved mutation and this mutation as it is adavtageous.

    Natural selection always favored beneficial traits for the organisms to eveolved in generation therefore, these population is more succesful and replaced the short winged bees.

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