Variation and its Types

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Genetic variation is necessary to the processes of natural selection and biological evolution. The genetic variations that occur in a population occur by chance, however, the process of natural selection does not.

Tissues in Plants

Compound-Tissues

Plant tissue is a collection of similar cells carrying out an organized function for the plant. Each plant tissue is specialized for a distinct purpose and can be combined with other tissues to develop organs such as leaves, flowers, stems, and roots.

Founder Effect

Founder-Effect

The Founder Effect the decrease in genetic variation that results when a little subset of a large population is utilized to develop a new colony. The new population may be very different from the original population,