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  • one year ago

Directional selection can be distinguished from disruptive selection by _______. a. the elimination of extreme variations of traits b. selection for two extreme variations of a trait c. the preservation of gene frequencies d. selection for one extreme variation of a trait

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    directional selection pushes the population into one extreme or the other. disruptive selection pushes to population to two or more extremes (depends on which trait you are talking about).

  2. anonymous
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    A) the elimination of extreme variations of traits

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    A is stabilizing selection

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