Biology

Question

What kind of variation must exist in a population that has a wide range of phenotypes?

1 Answer

  • The kind of variation that must exist in a population that has a wide range of phenotypes is GENETIC VARIATION.

    Genetic variation is started in a population's gene pools which contains all alleles. It is is measured with allele frequency which are calculated by # of specific allele divided by total # of alleles.


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