If a population of species experiences changes to a gene pool for multiple traits, what could the outcome potentially be? A new

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If a population of species experiences changes to a gene pool for multiple traits, what could the outcome potentially be?

A new species could arise

The population would migrate to a new location

The new population would become carnivores and eat all of the primary consumers in the area

All of the above

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Faith 3 months 2022-02-13T11:07:12+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-13T11:08:45+00:00

    The correct answer is option D

    Reason:

    The change is gene pool may be due to changes in environment condition, due to introduction of an invasive species, it may be due to natural selection or any harmful human activity such as pollution, forest degradation etc. In all these cases the following events may happen –  

    a) Change in environment condition may bring in change in the  genetic expression of some of its traits due to which  there may be rise of a new species

    b) Due to attack by an invasive species and the evolution of new species , there might be geographical shifting of species due to change in choices and preferences.  

    c) Human activities such as forest degradation or pollution may adversely affect the survival of any specific species, in response to which a species may evolve into a better version of its kind in order to sustain in the present environment or in order to shift to a new place as per the adaptability requirement due to changed genetic traits.  

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