Trivia: What is a process in which only genes capable of survival are passed on?
Correct Answer: Natural selection
So why is this answer correct? : Charles Darwin is famous for his theory of evolution, which posits that all plants and animals gradually evolved over billions of years from common ancestors. One key component of this process is natural selection, which states a species will adapt to its environment by passing down the strongest genes from parent to offspring. This is done through genetic recombination (the rearrangement of chromosomes in an offspring) and mutation (the material of a gene is altered).