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Which of the following describes a population? Answer a.dogs and cats living in Austin, Texas ,b.four species of fish living in a pond ,c. dogwood trees in Middletown, Connecticut ,d. roses and tulips in a garden
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User: Which of the following describes a population? Answer a.dogs and cats living in Austin, Texas ,b.four species of fish living in a pond ,c. dogwood trees in Middletown, Connecticut ,d. roses and tulips in a garden

Weegy: Dogwood trees in Middletown, Connecticut. -describes a population.
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User: The accumulation of small changes in a gene pool over a relatively short period is called: Answer a.anagenesis ,b. cladogenesis ,c.microevolution ,d.punctuated equilibrium

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The accumulation of small changes in a gene pool over a relatively short period is called: microevolution.
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The accumulation of small changes in a gene pool over a relatively short period is called:Answer a.anagenesis ,b. cladogenesis ,c.microevolution ,d.punctuated equilibrium
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The accumulation of small changes in a gene pool over a relatively short period is called MICROEVOLUTION.

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According to the economic theories promoted by Thomas Malthus, providing charity to those in need would Answer a.be self-defeating to the betterment of society. ,b.be beneficial to the betterment of society. ,c. have no effect on the betterment of society ,d.none of the above .
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According to the economic theories promoted by Thomas Malthus, providing charity to those in need would: be self-defeating to the betterment of society.
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