How does natural selection affect the characteristics of an organism?

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Feb 29, 2016

Answer:

“Adaptations” to better survival characteristics are the outcomes of natural selection.

Explanation:

The idea is that random variations in organism characteristics will be promoted or removed from the gene pool based on their ability to enhance or detract from the survivability of the organism. Thus, “nature” “selects” the best characteristics for improved organisms.