Coevolution


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NAME

Coevolution

DESCRIPTION

Coevolution is the process by which two or more species evolve in tandem by exerting selection pressures on each other. Examples of coevolutionary systems include host and parasites, predators and prey, and mutualistic or symbiotic interactions.

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