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PLZ HELP MEDAL WILL BE GIVEN In genetic drift, the allele frequencies in a gene pool change because of A)mutations. B)chance. C)natural selection. D)genetic equilibirium.

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    I would say mutations, but that would affect the immediate gene pool. I t must be natural selection to affect a population. But that brings up the obvious thought that mutations inhibit natural selection. Sorry, i am now "stumped".

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    yup mutation.

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    ok ima go wit mutations thanxs @PlantMan and @KiArUnsYu

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    yw

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    it was chance but thanxs still

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    o.O

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