Which form of natural selection on polygenic trait…

asked May 5 in Chemistry by be4thxswifer
Which form of natural selection on polygenic traits results in the creation of two distinct phenotypes?
a. Directional selection
b. Artificial selection
c. Stabilizing selection
d. Disruptive selection

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answered May 5 by anonymous
d. Disruptive selection. In a disruptive selection, two phenotypes that are advantageous to the species are chosen, as well as two extreme characteristics in the population and the average or medium trait is chosen against.
answered May 21 by Jeslyn
An answer from an expert! Thanks for coutgibntinr.

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