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KimWrice

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True or False: In large random mating populations, random genetic drift is usually a significant factor in changing gene frequencies.
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True or False: Inbreeding by itself can change gene frequencies.
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Marked as best answer by KimWrice on Mar 26, 2020

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KimWrice

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Reply 2 on: Mar 26, 2020
YES! Correct, THANKS for helping me on my review


JaynaD87

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