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Homework Help: evolutionary bio

Posted by natash on Saturday, June 7, 2008 at 1:20am.

if a mutation would be beneficial, is it more likely to occur?
a. yes, bec. it helps the species survive
b. No

the answer is B, however I'm not sure why. wouldn't a mutation that is beneficial be more likely to occur for the sake of the species ?

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