46 reproductive isolation most probably evolved

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field studies on all three lizard populations, no hybrids have been observed. 46. Reproductive isolation most probably evolved between black and brown lizards via: A. Prezygotic isolation B. Geographical isolation C. Habitat specialization D. Postzygotic isolation E. Answers A & C are both correct 47. What factors probably contributed to the evolution of reproductive isolation between green and brown lizards: EEMB 2 Final Ivory Version: 0 Page: 14
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48. Reproductive isolation probably evolved between green and black lizards via: 49. Because matings between green and black lizards produced yellow offspring, natural selection would favor 50. Because the brown and black lizards were capable of producing fertile offspring when housed in zoo cages: A. They are not separate biological species B. They are separated by postzygotic isolation C. Genetic differences between them do not produce prezygotic isolation in nature via pleiotropy D. Genetic differences between them do not produce postzygotic isolation via pleiotropy E. All of these answers are correct 51. Did you bubble in your perm number and what color did you write underneath it? A. YES, YES, YES!; Salmon (pink/orange) B. CERTAINLY; Ivory (off white) End of Exam! Please Return your scantron and exam to your TA. If you don't have a TA, return your scantron and exam to Dr. Bush You can pick up your exams the first week of the Spring Quarter EEMB 2 Final Ivory Version: 0 Page: 15
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