Problem: What does it mean that natural selection acts on the individual? Or acts on the phenotype?

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Natural selection acts on the individual that has the strongest trait in the competition for survival. The strongest species win and later on evolves traits and characteristics that are usable for adaptation and survival.

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What does it mean that natural selection acts on the individual? Or acts on the phenotype?



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