What Is the Movement of Genes into and out of a Gene Pool Called?

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The movement of genes into and out of a gene pool is called gene migration, or gene flow, and is the movement of genes (or alleles) from on population to another.
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The movement of genes into and out of a gene pool is called gene migration, or gene flow, and is the movement of genes (or alleles) from on population to another ...
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