Postulates of Natural Selection:
1. Individual Variation - Organisms in a population will vary from one another in different characteristics.
2. Heritability - The traits of an organism are inherited from both of its parents.
Identify the four postulates of natural selection. Select all that apply.
a) All individuals in a population have equal reproductive success.
b) Individuals in a population all possess the same traits.
c) Individuals in a population vary in the traits they possess.
d) Survival and reproductive success are variable among individuals in a population.
e) Some trait differences are heritable.
f) Individuals with certain traits are more likely to survive and reproduce.
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