• anonymous
Conservation biologists are most interested in which three evolutionary mechanisms? natural selection, migration, and mutation artificial selection, adaptation, and sexual selection overpopulation, competition, and selective breeding variation, population growth, and distribution
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  • Abhisar
I would speculate that since selective breeding and artificial selection are synthetic processes, A conservation biologists, who actually wishes to study earth's natural biodiversity and aims to conserve it, will be least bothered by these processes. That leaves us two options. The fourth options looks more intuitive to me.

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