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What is true about microevolution?

James Washington

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James Washington on December 2, 2018

Microevolution refers to changes that occur within a single species or group of organisms. Microevolution as opposed to macroevolution, occurs in a short period of time. In microevolution, the ancestor and descendant, obviously, belong to the same type. For example, certain pests have evolved in such a way that they become immune to the pesticides; the same thing has happened to a few weeds and herbicides. I hope this helps.

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