Does natural selection act on genes or phenotypes?
Can natural selection act on phenotypes that do not exist?
Natural selection is also limited because it acts on the phenotypes of individuals, not alleles. Some alleles may be more likely to be passed on with alleles that confer a beneficial phenotype because of their physical proximity on the chromosomes.
Why does natural selection only act on phenotypes?
What can natural selection only act on?
Does natural selection select genotype or phenotype?
How does natural selection affects genotypes by acting on phenotypes?
When the intermediate phenotype is favored the extreme phenotypes are being selected?
Which is a phenotype?
How can natural selection favor different phenotypes at different times?
What is selected during natural selection?
Which phenotypes are selected against?
Which type of natural selection occurs when an intermediate phenotype is favored?
When individuals with intermediate phenotypes are favoured and extreme phenotypes are selected against, the selection is said to be stabilizing.