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The gene frequency of a population changes ____.


A
In one particular environment
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B
When the population decreases
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C
When the population live in different conditions
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D
When population reproduces asexually
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Solution

The correct option is C When the population live in different conditions
Genetic variation is the naturally occurring genetic differences among individuals of the same species. This variation permits flexibility and survival of a population in the face of changing environmental circumstances. 
Factors affecting the gene frequency of population:
Physical distribution of individuals affects a population.
When a population interbreeds.
Random fluctuations in the numbers of alleles in a population.
Migration is the movement from one location to another.
So the answer is 'When the population live in different conditions'. 

Biology

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