Process which favors one feature of organisms in a population over another feature found in the population. This occurs through differential reproductionâ€”those with the favored feature produce more offspring than those with the other feature, such that they become a greater percentage of the population in the next generation.
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Causing or allowing certain individuals in a population to produce offspring in the next generation.
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See natural selection.
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A change in allele frequency over time in a population
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In breeding, any process, natural or artificial, which permits an increase in the proportion of genotypes of desired characteristics in succeeding generations.
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The act of selecting or choosing someone or something.
Example: The manager is in charge of team selection.
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- an assortment of things from which a choice can be made
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The process of deciding which materials should be added to a collection. A number of books and other materials collected together by the process of selection
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Natural selection is the differential contribution of offspring to the next generation by various genetic types belonging to the same populations. Artificial selection is the intentional manipulation by man of the fitness of individuals in a population to produce a desired evolutionary response.
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[ Latin selectio
: confer French sélection
.] . The act of selecting, or the state of being selected; choice, by preference. 2.
That which is selected; a collection of things chosen; as, a choice selection
of books. Natural selection
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<biology> Placing organisms under conditions where the growth of those with a particular genotype will be favored. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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an assortment of things from which a choice can be made; `the store carried a large selection of shoes`
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(sә-lek´shәn) the play of forces that determines the relative reproductive performance of the various genotypes in a population. natural selection the survival in nature of those individuals and their progeny best equipped to adapt to environmental conditions. s...
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• (n.) That which is selected; a collection of things chosen; as, a choice selection of books. • (n.) The act of selecting, or the state of being selected; choice, by preference.
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in biology, the preferential survival and reproduction or preferential elimination of individuals with certain genotypes (genetic compositions), by ... [5 related articles]
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selection An act of choosing someone or something from a wide variety of others.
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In computing and user interface engineering, a selection is a list of items on which user operations will take place. The user typically adds items to the list manually, although the computer may create a selection automatically. A precision pointing device (mouse or touchpad and cursor, stylus) or by hand on a touchscreen
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A card selected by the spectator. It may be a free choice, or it may be forced.
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Selection referred to `free selection before survey` of crown land in some Australian colonies under land legislation introduced in the 1860s. These acts were similar to the United States Homestead Act and were intended to encourage closer settlement, based on intensive agriculture, such as wheat-growing, rather than ex
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Process of segregating or selecting specific records from a list according to specific criteria.
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primary operation of translation, by which the control function or the symbol to be printed or translated is chosen from the received signal
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sĕ-lek′shŭn Definitions: 1. The combined effect of the causes and consequences of genetic factors that determine the average number of progeny of a species that attain sexual maturity; phenotypes that are lethal early in life (Tay-Sachs disease), that cause sterility (Turner syndrome), or that produce steri
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The horse you are backing.
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the separation of children into different schools (usually at age 11) on the basis of intelligence and/or ability tests.
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Selection is the consistent differential survival and reproduction among genotypes. Selection may also refer to: In computing: Other uses: ...
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