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You set out to design an experiment to determine whether the initiation of migratory behavior in a species of butterfly is largely under genetic control. Which of the following is the best way to proceed?

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  1. mskyeg
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    1. Bring butterflies into the laboratory and test what conditions seem to make them the most restless and attempt to migrate. 2. Make observations of distinct populations in their natural settings to see if they have different migratory habits to determine if differences are genetic. 3. Mate individuals from different species that have different migratory habits to determine the migratory behavior of offspring. 4. Mate individuals with different migratory habits and rear their offspring in the absence of their parents to observe migratory behavior.

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