The ability of a particular organism to evolve(noun)
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Use "evolvability" in a sentence
"Again, selection operating on evolvability is not a new idea."
"On the other hand, if we assume that evolvability is a primitive property of matter, then we can presumably say that's just a brute fact about the world, requiring no intelligent designer."
"Given the role that sexual reproduction already plays in evolvability, it is tempting to speculate that Tetrahymena are telling us that "junk DNA" serves a very useful role, but it is a role that is restricted to reproduction and evolution."