What is the significance of mutations for the evolution of the organic world?

1) Mutations are material for natural selection.
2) Individuals that retain mutations in their genotype multiply, as a result of which the genetic heterogeneity of the population increases
3) The result of natural selection is the conservation of individuals with useful traits, their reproduction, as a result of which the adaptability of organisms is improved and new species arise

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