1. Cell-level selection and inheritance of acquired mutations

  2. How does heredity work with Endogenous retrovirus?
  3. What is the probability that there are no substitution between an ancestor and a modern individual?

  4. What is the modern state of the theory of evolution?
  5. When analyzing whether selection favors an allele that allocates indiscriminately, should the initial frequency of the allele be considered?
  6. A missing endogenous retrovirus in humans, but present in gorillas and chimpanzees?
  7. Is the suicide of a moribund individual to be considered group selection?

  8. Has generation time influenced the efficiency of the energy generating system in different aerobic organisms?

  9. Has any flying creature evolved into a sea creature?
  10. How many generations between the first life form and humans are there?

  11. Why have certain plants evolved to contain psychoactive compounds?
  12. How many Endogenous Retroviruses do we share with other primates?
  13. How does a trait become genetic?
  14. Why Is Most Life Symmetrical Externally But Not Internally?
  15. "replumbing" of a swim bladder

  16. Why did abiogenesis only happen once?
  17. How many ERVs found in Lebedev's study?
  18. Mammalian scales
  19. Why are so few foods blue?

  20. Rabies virus mortality
  21. How does selection affect allele frequency?

  22. brain and fingers movement theorie

  23. How does Artificial Selection work?
  24. Why are there no large animals with chloroplasts?
  25. Why are dogs so selective about choosing a spot to defecate?
  26. Why men tend to act tougher and protective around interested women?

  27. Bottleneck effect
  28. Is it possible for parsimony to estimate more state changes than stochastic character mapping

  29. Is it mostly true that predators or parasites traverse wider spatial areas than their prey or hosts?

  30. Can domestic breeding be considered evolution?
  31. What makes a good phylogenetic tree?

  32. Hardy Weinberg Explanation
  33. Is there a name for the evolutionary loss of vestigial structures?
  34. Did you know that the fact of evolution is as well established as the fact that evolution is impotent?
  35. Do men have more extreme variations than women?
  36. Are pheromones capable of activating changes to the Phenotype of a complex organism?

  37. Difference between 'fitness' and 'fitness effects'

  38. Would chimpanzees and humans normally be in the same genus if we weren't so sensitive about it?

  39. Is there any biological evidence that is not suggestive of or seems to disprove evolution?

  40. Evolutionary explanation for hypoxia causing euphoria?

  41. Book request: systematics and evolution of vertebrates

  42. Does evolution only give rise to traits that confer fitness?

  43. What are some examples of interbreeding between species that are separated by 5 million years or more?
  44. Is there a taxa that "adaptively" radiates faster?

  45. Is it possible to artificially select for flight in pigs?

  46. What is an adjective that describes the property of conferring fitness?
  47. What is it called when there is natural truncation selection?
  48. Has network theory been successfully applied to protein expression within a cell?
  49. Do microorganisms contain water?

  50. Formation of splint bones in ungulates

  51. Why babies cry after they are born?
  52. Why can fish survive out of water?
  53. Sequence evolution simulation tool

  54. Facial uniqueness of some animals of the same species
  55. What is the definition of a mutation?
  56. Can mutation rate be selected for?

  57. What is the evidence that australopithecines were bipedal?
  58. How does Darwinian Evolution work?

  59. How have single-celled organisms learned to survive?
  60. How come most animals never seem to evolve over millenia?

  61. Why are animal mitochondrial genomes so conserved and small in comparison to those of plants?

  62. What is continuous selection?
  63. Why do plants have green leaves and not red?

  64. Why do eukaryotic organisms have introns in their DNA?
  65. Use of genetics discoveries made in model organisms

  66. Is natural selection a tautology, and therefore not truly falsifiable?
  67. How is incomplete lineage sorting distinguished from permutations in one clade?

  68. Is evolution a fact?
  69. Are vertebrate wings and fins considered vertebrate limbs?

  70. 3-minute long inspiring videos on evolutionary biology
  71. How can natural selection occur at species level whilst not occuring at the individual level?
  72. How to define "evolution"?

  73. The number of nipples (breasts) a species has?

  74. What is the real meaning of the statement "*ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny*"?
  75. Evolution and different number of chromosoms? (a non-biologist)

  76. Reference request for Sydney Brenner's "it might come in handy in the cretaceous" quote

  77. Did Carl Linnaeus ever name a species he never saw?

  78. Why do our eyes close when we sleep?

  79. Did radial symmetry evolve twice?

  80. Are there examples of now-living species where one is descended from the other?
  81. How could humans have interbred with Neanderthals if we're a different species?

  82. Why are there exactly four nucleobases in DNA?

  83. How do we call a "burst of evolution"?
  84. Protein food eating tendency
  85. Validity of the August Weismann mouse-detailing experiment refuting Lamarckism
  86. Interbreedability between current humans and his ancestors

  87. How do infants get their very first gut bacteria?
  88. How do castes evolve in eusocial species?
  89. List of the biggest companies that work in selective breeding
  90. Does evolution violate the data processing inequality?

  91. Do similar adaptations result in similiar genetic code?

  92. Why are there species instead of a continuum of various animals?

  93. How did humans and neanderthals breed in the past?

  94. Fastest observed biologically evolution rate?

  95. How scientists can be confident that human embryo tail is really a tail?

  96. Why can't we propose a solid theory regarding origin of life?

  97. Assymetry in chromosomes and evolutionary importance

  98. Hand-washing resistant bacteria. Will they evolve one day?

  99. Difference in size of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms
  100. How do geographically transplanted animals avoid inbreeding?