CSS Zoology Questions & Answers

Q.  De Vries Theory of Organic Evolution is longer accepted because of one of the lowing criticisms:

a. Oenothera Lamarckiana is highly inconsistent hybrid species and distribution of 14 chromosomes is highly anamolous
b. Mutants often render mutants so much different from other members of species that they fall to compete and perish
c. Being random, the mutations are hardly useful in adaptability, therefore, they bring extinction of species rather than evolution
d. All of these


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