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Does natural selection drive evolution at levels higher than selfish genes and fertile individuals?

By Steve Mirsky

Diversity Revealed: From Atoms to Traits

Charles Darwin saw that random variations in organisms provide fodder for evolution. Modern scientists are revealing how that diversity arises from changes to DNA and can add up to complex creatures or even cultures

By David M. Kingsley

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