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How would the gene flow or genetic drift affect the population in which either of them happen to take place?

Answer :

Gene flow is the movement of genes between the interbreeding populations of a species. Gene flow would result in changed frequency of genes in both populations.

The result is a population with an active gene flow. Such population doesn’t obey the Hardy-Weinberg’s principle (states that the g
enetic variation in a population will remain constant from one generation to the next in the absence of disturbing factors)

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