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The phenotype frequency in a population changes after each generation. Which would most likely be causing this?
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User: The phenotype frequency in a population changes after each generation. Which would most likely be causing this?

User: A. The population is too large. B. Mates are chosen randomly. C. All organisms produce one offspring. D. Some traits give an advantage.

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Asked 3/15/2011 4:36:30 PM
Updated 8/17/2011 2:09:20 AM
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