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mutations increase the amount of genetic variation in a population.

The crossing of chromosomes in prophase one increases genetic variation. Or, to say it more simply, mutations increase genetic variation.

The evolutionary mechanism that increases genetic variation in a population is called the genetic drift. It occurs by random chance rather than natural selection.Ê

A mutation creates new genetic variations and possibly new alleles.

Basically, natural selection, genetic drift and gene flow into and out of population of organisms.

Genetic variations observed in phenotype can be used to produce plants or animals that either have that characteristic, or if it is an undesireable trait the individuals that have it can be culled from the reproductive population.

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Random mutations in an organism's DNA after reproduction.what lead to variations

When the genes are swapped it give the chromosome new variations of the gene taht were not present before, allowing for great genetic variation!

Mutation, recombination, gene flow, genetic drift and natural selection.

Think about it. Without genetic biodiversity, the entire population would be affected in the exact same way by the same things.

Sexual reproduction increases genetic diversity by introducing new genetic material.

Species in a population are varied because of the variation in DNA and genetic code; the environment causes these variations of DNA in order for the species to survive

Two extreme variations in a trait are favored in the evolutionary phenomenon of disruptive selection. This leads to rapid genetic evolution of a population.

variations of features passed on to offspring from their parents

Yes, there will always be mutations.However, with sexual reproduction, there is a tendency for greater genetic variations.

It greatly reduces the total population, which increases the effects of genetic drift on allele frequency.

Evolution is defined as genetic change inherited by offspring. The study of genetics and population genetics provides insight into the mechanisms of evolution.

It greatly reduces the total population. This increases the effects of genetic drift on allele frequency.

They create genetic variations.