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Selection is the consistent differential survival and reproduction among genotypes.
Selection may also refer to:
- Selection (user interface)
- Selection (genetic algorithm)
- Selection (relational algebra)
- Selection-based search, a search engine system in which the user invokes a search query using only the mouse
- Selection algorithm, an algorithm that finds the kth smallest number in a list
- Selected (album), the compilation album by Recoil
- Selection (Australian history), an area of crown land acquired under legislation
- Selection (album), by 54•40
- Selection in schools, the admission of students on the basis of selective criteria
- Selection effect, a distortion of data arising from the way that the data are collected
- Selektion, selection of prisoners for execution at a Nazi concentration camp
- The Selection, a novel by Kiera Cass
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