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If the fish from a particular stream have become genetically adapted to their home stream over many generations, what might happen if their fertilized eggs are used to restock a different stream that has become depleted of fish?
Note-A fertilized egg means that the sperm has combined with the egg cell so that it can start develpoing into a fish. Restocking a stream refers to adding a new fish to that area.

  • 7th grade science - ,

    Wouldn't it depend, to some extent, how similar the conditions were to the original stream?

  • 7th grade science - ,

    it would depend on the fish's traits from their "home" stream.

  • 7th grade science - ,

    Well first of all some of those fertilized eggs may be able to adapt to the new conditions at the different stream so they may have a chance in surviving while other will die.

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    Boom

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