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slipknot3066:

A new and effective antibiotic becomes widely used for a particular species of bacteria. After some time, an antibiotic–resistant strain of the bacteria becomes prevalent. Which mechanism explains this phenomenon? A. The bacteria undergoes genetic drift, leading to formation of a new gene pool and thus evolving a new characteristic. B. Although less common previously, the resistant strain becomes more prevalent due to natural selection. C. The bacteria undergoes genetic flow, thus creating a new gene pool and evolving into a new species.

9 months ago
Wandurlust:

Itss B.

9 months ago
Wandurlust:

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9 months ago
slipknot3066:

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9 months ago
Wandurlust:

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9 months ago
slipknot3066:

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9 months ago
Wandurlust:

wait what stars

9 months ago
slipknot3066:

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9 months ago
Wandurlust:

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9 months ago
Wandurlust:

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9 months ago
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