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Neo-Darwinism   (nē'ō-där'wə-nĭz'əm)  Pronunciation Key 
Darwinism as modified by the findings of modern genetics, stating that mutations due to random copying errors in DNA cause variation within a population of individual organisms and that natural selection acts upon these variations.
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