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Why does a larger number of neural pathways make adaptation easier for a species? Why does it increase their chances of survival?

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I assume it has something to do with voluntary and involuntary responses? I don't quite understand the question.
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(Original post by Hariex)
Why does a larger number of neural pathways make adaptation easier for a species? Why does it increase their chances of survival?

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Not completely sure about this as I haven't done adaptation and the like since my A levels a few year ago.

More nerve pathways --> greater responses from stimuli --> more physiological reactions --> quicker change in circumstances to avoid stimuli ---> greater chance of survival.

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