Asked by Yvonne Tinoco on Jul 06, 2024

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All of the following are true statements except:​

A) ​The majority of genetic variation exists within groups.
B) ​No one group is genetically distinct for any particular trait.
C) ​Differences between individual populations is greater than that between individuals.
D) ​Racial categories tend to be devised in an arbitrary manner.

Genetic Variation

The natural differences in genes among individuals of a species.

Racial Categories

Classifications of humans based on shared physical or social qualities into groups generally viewed as distinct within a given society.

Arbitrary Manner

A way of deciding or acting that is not based on system or plan, but instead on random choice or personal whim.

  • Distinguish between genetic variation within and between populations.
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Ashley Wilkowski

1 day ago

Final Answer :
C
Explanation :
This statement is false. The majority of genetic variation exists between individuals, not between populations.