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4 March, 02:31

Which statement is true of natural populations?

Populations are all the individuals of a species living in a defined area.

Populations are all uniform in size.

Viable populations exhibit little, if any, genetic variation.

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  1. 4 March, 03:32
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    Populations are all the individuals of a species living in a defined area.
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