a)what would happen if two groups of organisms of a single species never exchange genes?
b)in which way can we study of diverse forms of life be done effectively?
c) do all variations have equal chances of survival in an environment?
pls give me answers fast i have exam tmrw pls

Asked by my3shyll | 20th Mar, 2017, 10:04: PM

Expert Answer:

Dear my3shyll@gmail.com
 
Hi,
 
If two groups of organisms of a single species never exchange genes which means they will be reproductively isolated. There will not be any evolutionary process that will occur.
The two groups may become two different species. 
 
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Answered by Hemangi Binny | 21st Mar, 2017, 10:07: AM