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joyflow

  • 2 years ago

PLZ HELP MEDAL WILL BE GIVEN What type of mutations do scientists look for in a molecular clock? A)mutations that increase fitness B)mutations that decrease fitness C)mutations that have no effect on fitness D)mutations that natural selection can work on

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  1. jazzygirl127
    • 2 years ago
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    well normally scientist use neutral mutations because they are easiest to work with in molecular clocks. So your answer is probably d

  2. jazzygirl127
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    does that help you?

  3. joyflow
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    yeah thanxs, r yu shure its d?

  4. jazzygirl127
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    well i have learned this and im pretty sure its d but ur welcome to do more research if you r not sure

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    ok thanxs

  6. jazzygirl127
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    no problem

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