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The tendency of individuals to mate with those that have the same phenotype is called: assortative mating random mating genetic drift bottleneck

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    Its like A but I gtg now

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    sowwie Ill catch ya l8ter

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    ohh :(( okay, thanks for your help ^^

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    Great Baiii

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    The tendency of individuals to mate with those that have the same phenotype is called: A. assortative mating

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