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What is the biological significance of genetic diversity between populations?

A) Genes for traits conferring an advantage to local conditions make microevolution possible.
B) The population that is most fit would survive by competitive exclusion.
C) Genetic diversity allows for species stability by preventing speciation.
D) Isolated populations become more fit.
E) Diseases and parasites are not spread between separated populations.

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Answer: A

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