Why does gene flow keep separate populations similar?

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Why does gene flow keep separate populations similar?

Ecological Populations:

In ecology, a population is a group of organisms of the same species living together at the same time. An example of a population might be the rabbits that live in a national park, or a group of people living on an island.

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Gene flow keeps separate populations similar because it allows for the transfer of genetic information between populations. In gene flow, genetic...

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Gene Flow: Definition & Examples

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