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What refers to the number of genes that individuals pass on through their own children and through helping other kin survive? A. inclusive fitness B. familial inheritance C. parental investment D. tit-for-tat
Inclusive Fitness refers to the number of genes that individuals pass on through their own children and through helping other kin survive.
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Inclusive Fitness refers to the number of genes that individuals pass on through their own children and through helping other kin survive.
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