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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Evolution
Level: Grade 11
Score: 3
Tags: speciation
Author: PMISIAS
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Grade 11 Evolution

There is a population of beetles found in a specific deciduous forest. A few of these beetles end up in a different deciduous forest and are able to reproduce. This causes the frequencies of alleles to change. A situation like this, when allele frequencies change due to the migration of a small sub group of a population, is the
  1. butterfly effect.
  2. founder effect.
  3. ripple effect.
  4. Weinberg effect.
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