a model for adaptive evolution, for example, that is not nutrient chemical-dependent and pheromone-controlled?
Changes in food availability, food type, or the way you get food can trigger evolutionary mechanisms to deal with those changes. The result can be increased brain size and cognition, changes in locomotion and even social changes
“random” mutations in the genome are not quite so random after all.
Natural Selection and Sexual Selection must concurrently occur, which makes them non-random processes not driven by random mutations.
the honeybee model organism links the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemical-dependent pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution to genes, behavior, and back in species from microbes to man.
Organisms must first choose the right food and then choose to not reproduce and reproduce asexually or sexually with the best mates or their species doesn’t survive.
Desmond Morris Syndrome (DSM), where story-telling that incorporates evolutionary theory is better accepted than the basic principles of biology and levels of biological organization
By the time you get to 4 or 5 million nutrient-chemical and pheromone-controlled DNA switches in the human genome