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is it evidenc e u need
or a liitle explanation
Giraffes stretching their necks to reach leaves high in trees (especially Acacias), strengthen and gradually lengthen their necks. These giraffes have offspring with slightly longer necks (also known as "soft inheritance"). A blacksmith, through his work, strengthens the muscles in his arms. His sons will have similar muscular development when they mature
no i mean u need what kind of examples
okay in my opinon i would take that as yes beacuse
according to Jean Molino (2000) has proposed that Lamarckian evolution may be accurately applied to cultural evolution. This was also previously suggested by Peter Medawar (1959) and Conrad Waddington (1961). K. N. Laland and colleagues have recently suggested that human culture can be looked upon as an ecological niche like phenomena, where the effects of cultural niche construction are transmissible from one generation to the next. One interpretation of the Meme theory is that memes are both Darwinian and Lamarckian in nature, as in addition to being subject to selection pressures based on their ability to differentially influence Human minds, memes can be modified and the effects of that modification passed on. Richard Dawkins notes (in Blackmore 2000: The Meme machine, page 13), that Memes can be copied in a Lamarckian way (copying of the product) or in a Weismann-type evolutionary way (copying of the instruction) which is much more resistant against changes.
Thanks for your help
thanks briana my sciennce sucks
Hey tanusingh, I feel like this question would have been better suited for the Biology group. Just a heads up for next time!
It's Science Laura* Lol
Briana, this is the History group, that's why it shouldn't go here
well sorry for placing it in the wrong area.