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In forming the theory of evolution by Natural Selection, Charles Darwin was greatly influenced by

A. environmental factors

B. mutations

C. malthu's ideas on population control

D. all of these

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  1. The first mammal arose
  2. A kind of mimicry which presumably works as a double insurance is
  3. Human beings living in different geographical areas and under different environmental conditions are…
  4. The idea of spontaneous generation is essentially correct in regard to
  5. Along with reduction in the number of toes in the modern horse, the other most significant evolutionary…
  6. Peking man is known as
  7. Survival due to geographic isolation is best exemplified by mammalian fauna of
  8. Which is not a vestigeal organ
  9. Pangenesis theory was given by
  10. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny is the statement relating to
  11. Some of the important evidences of organic evolution are
  12. Darwin proposed his theory of natural selection on the basis of
  13. An example of analogy is
  14. The epoch of human civilisation is
  15. Geological evidence of most primitive mammals is found in
  16. Fossilisation occurs where
  17. We use the term hybrid breakdown when the
  18. The earliest ancestor of horse from early Eocene period is
  19. Amphibians appeared and became dominant in the
  20. The book "Voyage of the Beagle" is concerned with which one of the following ?
  21. The concept of use and disuse of organs was given by
  22. Role of isolation in evolution is
  23. Which is a vestigeal organ of python
  24. A connecting link between Annelids and Arthropods is
  25. The resemblance between the south American llama and the African camel indicates a common ancestry.…
  26. Fire was first used for protection and cooking by
  27. The function affected by point mutation in p-globin in sickle cell anaemia is
  28. Co-worker of Darwin was
  29. Which of these does not play a role in evolution ?
  30. In forming the theory of evolution by Natural Selection, Charles Darwin was greatly influenced by