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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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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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