What is variation and example?
Variation refers to the difference between two individuals of a species. Genetic variation arises due to mutation and recombination during meiosis. Examples of variation are different skin colour, eys, height, resistance to diseases, etc.
What is an example of variation in science?
Genetic variation results in different forms, or alleles?, of genes. For example, if we look at eye colour, people with blue eyes have one allele of the gene for eye colour, whereas people with brown eyes will have a different allele of the gene.
What is variation in natural science?
Variation is the difference between individuals from the same species. This variation can be inherited from one generation to the next. The individuals that are better suited (adapted) to their environment will survive to reproduce. This is called natural selection.
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- What is an example of variation in science?
- What is variation in natural science?
- What are types of variation?
- What causes variation?
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- What is variation and its importance?
- What is variation within a species?
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- Why is variation important to a population?
- What are the advantages of variation?
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- How is variation created in a population?
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