Charles Darwin was known for his ideas that challenged his time's prevailing concepts about life. Much of these ideas were explained in his published book entitled "The Origin of Species." He understood that adaptations were a key part of evolution and that these were centered on natural selection.
Which of the following were important facts in Charles Darwin's development of theory of evolution by natural selection? Select ALL that apply.
A. Much of the variation among individuals within a population is heritable.
B. Organisms can inherit characters that were acquired during their parents lifetime.
C. No two individuals are exactly the same, rather, every population displays enormous variability.
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