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The geographic isolation of two populations of a species tends to increase differences between their gene pools because it A. prevents interbreeding between the populations. B. prevents interbreeding within each population. C. causes temporal isolation of the two populations. D. increases differences in courtship behavior.

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Timothy Norman on October 14, 2018

The best and most correct answer among the options that are offered by your question, it is the first option, or the letter A. The geographic isolation of two populations of a species tends to increase differences between their gene pools because it prevents interbreeding between the populations. I hope that my response has come to her for help. Thank you for posting your question here at Brainly. We hope to answer more of your questions and inquiries soon. Have a good day ahead!


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