Biology
Annaliseleon
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Changes in genes within a kind do not form a different kind. true or false

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XxcupcakexX

Both. If enough of the genes are changed it will form a new kind. i.e. If you change the gene of hair color in a dog doesn't make it any less dog just little more unique.

badatmath1995

Eventually when there are enough environmental or internal attackings on a gene the gene will mutate. Which changes the gene so the adaptation will be more effective.

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