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What is genetic drift?
Genetic drift is the change in allele frequency from one generation to the next that occurs because alleles in offspring are a random sample of those in the parents, as well as from the role that chance plays in determining whether a given individual will survive and reproduce.
DNA mutation, Chromosomal mutation, and cell recombination are the ones you can view with a light or electron microscope. The book "Essentials of Physical Anthropolgy" gives more information about genetic drift and details about different ways of study.
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on Oct 09, 2018
What are the steps for a science project?
1 decide what project you want to do.2 collect resources that pertain to that subject. 3 determine what variables you are going to use. 4 make list of the different outcomes from the different uses of the variable. 5 write your findings in a report that explains how you came to each conclusion
on Sep 12, 2012
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on Apr 01, 2011
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