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Question 1. Asked on :09 January 2020:06:06:21 PM

 What are the different ways by which speciation takes place? 

-Added by Himanshi Verma Science » Heredity And Evolution

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Himanshi Verma

1. Gene flow: occurs between population that are partly but not completely separated.

2. Genetic Drift: It is the random change in the frequency of allels in a population over successive generations.

3. Natural selection: The process by which nature slects and consolidate those organisms which are more suitable adapted and possess favourable variations. 

4. Geographical isolation: It is caused by mountain ranges, rivers etc. geographical isolation leads to reproductive isolation due to which there is no low of genes between seprated groups of population.

-Answered by Himanshi Verma On 09 January 2020:06:07:39 PM(17930Average Rating Based on rating)

Answer:

priyanshu kumar

1. Gene flow: occurs between population that are partly but not completely separated.

2. Genetic Drift: It is the random change in the frequency of allels in a population over successive generations.

3. Natural selection: The process by which nature slects and consolidate those organisms which are more suitable adapted and possess favourable variations. 

4. Geographical isolation: It is caused by mountain ranges, rivers etc. geographical isolation leads to reproductive isolation due to which there is no low of genes between seprated groups of population.

-Answered by priyanshu kumar On 15 January 2020:11:19:35 AM(17957Average Rating Based on rating)

Answer:

A??k Pal

1. Gene flow: occurs between population that are partly but not completely separated.

2. Genetic Drift: It is the random change in the frequency of allels in a population over successive generations.

3. Natural selection: The process by which nature slects and consolidate those organisms which are more suitable adapted and possess favourable variations. 

4. Geographical isolation: It is caused by mountain ranges, rivers etc. geographical isolation leads to reproductive isolation due to which there is no low of genes between seprated groups of population.

-Answered by A??k Pal On 16 January 2020:11:03:56 AM(17985Average Rating Based on rating)

 

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