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Habitat fragmentation (the conversion of once widespread habitat into a large number of small fragments separated by agricultural land and housing)

Habitat fragmentation (the conversion of once widespread habitat into a
large number of small fragments separated by agricultural land and
housing) is likely to have an effect on subsequent evolution of a rodent
species that lived in the once continuous habitat. We know that there are
five primary evolutionary processes (natural selection, genetic drift,
mutation, migration, and non‐random mating). Discuss each of these
processes and how they are likely to differ between the original rodent
population in a large continuous habitat and the many small fragmented
populations.

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