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What is gene flow?

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What is gene flow?

Genetic Variation:

Genetic variation is the process of populations changing from generation to generation. This can happen several different ways including gene flow, natural selection, mutation, and genetic drift.

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Gene flow is the combination or movement of genes from one population to another. Alleles are forms of genes while genes are inherited...

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Gene Flow: Definition & Examples

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Chapter 14 / Lesson 12
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