If an allele makes up one half of the frequency of a population’s allele for a given trait, its allele frequency is A. 100 percent. B. 75 percent. C. 50 percent. D. 4 percent.
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User: If an allele makes up one half of the frequency of a population’s allele for a given trait, its allele frequency is A. 100 percent. B. 75 percent. C. 50 percent. D. 4 percent.

Weegy: If an allele makes up one half of the frequency of a population’s allele for a given trait, its allele frequency is 50 percent.
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User: Several different species make up a A. kingdom B. phylum C. family D. genus

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Several different species make up a Phylum.
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