How does gene flow stop?

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How does gene flow stop?

Gene Flow:

Gene flow occurs when genetic information moves between populations of the same species. Gene flow usually occurs through migration, but other mechanisms such as pollination also can occur.

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Gene flow stops when two populations are separated by a physical, behavioral or temporal barrier. Sometimes two populations may become physically...

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Gene Flow: Definition & Examples

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Chapter 14 / Lesson 12
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