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Which type of natural selection occurs when an intermediate phenotype is favored? A. Directional selection B. Adaptive selection C. Stabilizing selection D. Disruptive selection E. Genetic drift selection
Stabilizing selection occurs when an intermediate phenotype is favored.
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Stabilizing selection occurs when an intermediate phenotype is favored.

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