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Theory Of Evolution Through Nature Selection

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Subjects

If down the track in life you wanted to be involved in the theory of nature selection you don't have to but it would help you work out the theory better to do coursers like biography and senior science.
Career opportunity
A Career opportunity would becoming a professer in a unvierity and doing research like Ian small does by researching plants and animals through Nature selection.
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The Theory
The theory of evolution through anture selection is the widely held notion that all life is related and has descended from a common ancestor , The birds and bananas, the fishes and the flowers. Darwin’s general theory presumes the development of life from non-life and stresses a purely naturalistic an undirected "descent with modification. While the theory is a relatively young archetype, the evolutionary worldview itself is as old as antiquity. Charles Darwin brought something new to the old philosophy a plausible mechanism called “Nature selection". It acts to persevere and accumulate minor advantageous genetic mutations. Darwin describes nature selection as a process by which individuals that are better adapted to their environment are more likely to survive and reproduce than other members of there species.
University
You can Study anthing to do with genes and evolution through nature selection through any science course.
About the theroy.
Theory Of Evolution Through Nature Selection
Timeline.
1838: Charles Darwin's reading of Malthus crystallises a notion of natural selection in his mind. Darwin works on the theory for 20 more years but holds back from publishing.
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http://www.darwins-theory-of-evolution.com/
http://www.darwins-theory-of-evolution.com/www.web.uwa.edu.au/people/Ian.Small
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2012/sep/27/theory-of-evolution-natural-selection

By Melinda Garside
Theory of evolution through nature section is a theroy that charles Darwin found with his co-found Alfred Wallace. Darwin made a draft of the nature selection but didnt pubished his findings becuase no one beileved in him at that point in time. It wasnt until 1858 when Wallace wrote to Darwin, telling him he had a theory of the natur selection. Darwin was shocked that wallace had come to the same conclusion as himself. Darwin describes wallaces findings as a almost perfect summary of his own work. Both Darwin and Wallaces theroy of nature selection has been carried on from when they started it together in 1858 till today were many scientist have evolved there theroy of nature section.
One of the scientist that has be involed in the nature selection is Ian Small.
Ian Small.
Ian Small has been contributing to the theory of nature selection by his work on plant mitochodrial genomes, whichchanged the way we view their evolution, reveling unsuspected dynamic changes that are only now being understood. Building on these discoveries, His post-doctoral work on Mitcholondial genes involved in the cytoplasmic male sterility (1992) contribute significantly to the development, patenting and introducing a new product of INRA’s Technology for male-sterile brassicas used in the breeding of elite hybrid lines. Globally now Canola grown has been used with this same technology.
1858
Competition for Evolution


Alfred Russel Wallace publishes a paper coming to some of the same conclusions as Darwin, including natural selection. Darwin's friends present both Wallace's and Darwin's theories at the Linnean Society.
August Weismann publishes findings detailing how important DNA is to heredity, along with germ cell theory - the theory that inheritance only takes place by means of germ cells such as egg and sperm, and that other cells do not pass on their genes.
1892
Walter Sutton proposed that chromosomes were the basis for Mendelian inheritance of characteristics.
1903
- Evolutionary processes give to Biodiversity at every level of Biological Organisation, including the levels of species, individual organisms and molecules.
- Darwin and Wallace theory have evolved by finding out how the animals and plants have evoled by there theory and DNA.
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