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Genetic Diversity Genetic diversity comprises not only the individual genetic
variation within a population, but also the genetic variation between popu ations
that is often associated w'th adaptations to loca conditiors (see Chapter 23).
specimens showed that genetic variation had declined in the study population. In
'992, researchers began experimental translocations of prairie chickers from
Minnesota, Kansas, and Nebraska in an attempt to increase genetic variation.
Eggs hatched (%) (b) Hatching rate CONCLUSION The researchers concluded
that lack of genetic variation had started the Jasper County populatior of prairie
chickens down the ext'nction vortex. Ir Effective Population Size Genetic variation
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