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Which of the following terms describes changes in allele frequencies in the gene pool over a single generation?

A. Macroevolution

B. Microevolution

C. Segregation

D. Speciation

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    B. Microevolution

    evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/evoscales_02

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