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2. What was different among the populations of white-footed mice in Manhattan? a. species name b. gene pools c. food sources d. predators
3. True or False : Evolution can occur without a change in allele frequency.
5. What do genetic drift, gene flow, and mutation all have in common?
6. What would help a population with inbreeding depression? (Choose all that apply.)
7. True or False : Most natural populations are in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. 8. True or False: You can apply the Hardy-Weinberg equation to a population that is not in equilibrium. 9. Speciation occurs when: a. two populations are geographically separated. b. two populations look distinctly different. c. two populations are no longer able to interbreed to produce fertile offspring. d. two populations utilize different food sources.
10. The common characteristic of the variety of ways in which species maintain reproductive isolation is:
c. no offspring are viable. d. no offspring are able to reproduce themselves.

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