Exaptations are useful biological structures or patterns of behaviour that developed in a different selection context than that in which they are now advantageous. See alsoPreadaptations.
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The classical Darwinian theory of evolution can explain the evolution of adaptive traits only in asexual organisms. The frozen plasticity theory is much more general: It can also explain the origin and evolution of adaptive traits in both asexual and sexual organisms Read more