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Many factors can alter genotype frequencies in a population. This in turn can change the phenotypic characteristics of the population over time.
Which of the following phenomena can alter allele frequencies in a population?
Drift (non-random sampling of parents).
Inbreeding (mating of related individuals).
Migration (new parents into a population).
Mutation (new form(s) of allele).
Selection (parent choice and success)