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How did the work of James Hutton influence the thought process of Charles Darwin?
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User: How did the work of James Hutton influence the thought process of Charles Darwin?

Weegy: Hutton's groundbreaking work on geological processes profoundly influenced Darwin's thinking in that he established that the Earth must be far older than anyone thought at the time, [ which provided the immense eons of time necessary for Darwin's theories of evolution to be credible. ]
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User: Malthus's work regarding population dynamics came from observations of what happened when a population was greater than the resources to support it. How is such a population controlled?

Weegy: Malthus's work regarding population dynamics came from observations, when a population was greater then the resources to support it. [ It is controlled by: short-term gains in living standards would inevitably be undermined as human population growth outstripped food production, and thereby drive living standards back toward subsistence. ]
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User: Uniformitarianism was a concept borrowed from geology. How did Darwin apply it to biology?

Weegy: Uniformitarianism was a concept borrowed from geology. It claims that processes operating in the present can account, by extrapolation over long periods, for the evolution of the earth and life. [ -is how Darwin apply it to biology. ]
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User: You're conducting a science experiment and notice that fruit flies with rounded wings produce more offspring. What does this suggest about rounded wings?

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You're conducting a science experiment and notice that fruit flies with rounded wings produce more offspring. It can be argued that rounded wings are beneficial for survival and/or reproduction.
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How does the fossil record provide empirical evidence for evolution?
Weegy: the fossil record provide empirical evidence for evolution because Fossils document the existence of now-extinct species, [ showing that different organisms have lived on Earth during different periods of the planet's history. In addition They can also help scientists reconstruct the evolutionary histories of present-day species. ] User: What’s a geographic variation in the fossil record? (More)
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Geographical variation in the fossil record refers to differences among populations of organisms in genetically based traits across the natural geographic range of that species.

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What two fields does modern synthesis combine?
Weegy: Modern synthesis combine Darwin's theory of evolution and Mendel's work on [ heredity. ] User: How does a genotype differ from a phenotype? Weegy: The Genotype is that part (DNA sequence) of the genetic makeup of a cell, and therefore of an organism or individual, which determines a specific characteristic (phenotype) of that cell/organism/individual. User: What's the most common type of mutation, and what impact does it have on natural selection? Weegy: In history, a tenement typically refers to low-income housing units that are characterized by high-occupancy and below-average conditions. User: What's the most common type of mutation observed in living populations, and what impact does it have on natural selection? (More)
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Neutral mutation is the most common type of mutation observed in living populations.

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