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MCQ: When the subpopulations are geographically isolated from each other, the process is known as

  1. allopatric speciation
  2. post mating isolations
  3. premating isolations
  4. speciation

A

MCQ: A group of population in which genes are exchanged through interbreeding potentially is called

  1. ecology
  2. population
  3. specie
  4. ecosystem

C

MCQ: If the population in an area are not geographically isolated, interbred and developed a distinct lifestyle, named as

  1. allopatric speciation
  2. sympatric speciation
  3. parapatric speciation
  4. speciation

C

MCQ: If the brief periods of changes interrupt the long periods of stasis, the process is called as

  1. speciation
  2. mutation pressure
  3. genetic pressure
  4. punctuated equilibrium model

D

MCQ: In the same geographical region, if the new species evolve from a single ancestral species than the speciation, known as

  1. sympatric speciation
  2. allopatric speciation
  3. parapatric speciation
  4. speciation

A