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Misconception ENM037:

Changes in a population occur through a gradual change in all members of a population, not from the survival of a few individuals that preferentially reproduce (Brumby, 1979; Bishop & Anderson, 1990; Anderson et al., 2002; Stern & Roseman, 2004).

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Species can change over generations because individuals with traits that are helpful in the current environment are more likely to survive and pass those traits on to their offspring.



Bacteria become resistant to antibiotics when a few individual resistant bacteria survive and reproduce, passing their resistance on to the next generation.