A adaptive radiation b hybrid viability c ecological

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A. adaptive radiationB. hybrid viabilityC. ecological barriersD. mutational isolation
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 9 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsA donkey and a horse can mate and produce a mule. Why are they not considered to be the same species?
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 10 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsA superhighway is put down in a field separating a population of snails. Over time, they acquire mutations and become two different species. This is an example of ________ speciation.
If alleles that cause disease are constantly being selected against, why would there be any disease-causing alleles in a population over generations?
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 2 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsIn South America, there is a specific type of frog where the male uses a loud call in order to attract
females, even though this makes him more likely to be found by a predator. This is an example ofA. stabilizing selectionB. gene flowC. the handicap principleD. sexual dimorphism
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 3 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsWhat does the term 2pq represent in the Hardy-Weinberg principle?
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 4 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsCheetahs, once hunted to near extinction, are now protected and recovering, although the number ofdifferent alleles at 5 different loci has dropped from 28 to 16. This is an example of ________.
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 5 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsPopulation bottlenecks and founder effects
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 6 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsWhat is the only way to introduce a new allele into a species?A. genetic drift
B. migrationC. natural selectionD. mutation
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 7 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsThe accumulation of mutations in a population over generations leads to
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