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2. How do butterfly populations differ from human populations?`

  • Sexes are seperate
  • Females are heterogametic
  • Asexual reproduction
  • Males are homogametic

3. What is the definition of paedomorphosis?

  • Cell differentiation within an embryo
  • The process of speeding up reproductive maturity
  • The transition between a larval and adult phase of development
  • Programmed cell death

4. Which type of breeding patterns tends to be characterised by causing overlapping cohorts?

  • Iteroparous
  • Semelparous

5. In which way do Drosophila differ from the features of human populations?

  • No larval stage
  • Sexual reproduction occurs producing genetically unique offspring
  • Variation is discrete
  • Sexes are seperate

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