Q. 24.2( 11 Votes )

What is meant by variations found in a population?

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Genetic variations are the differences which are found in a population of sexually reproducing organisms. The degree by which the progeny differs from its parents generation is known as variation. These differences are caused when two sets of chromosome combined together to form a new set.


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