Asked by Jacob Hulse on Jul 05, 2024



Because populations are genetically open:​

A) ​there are no barriers, cultural or biological, to human reproduction
B) ​there is no such thing as biological variation
C) ​there are few fixed racial groups
D) ​there are no fixed racial groups

Biological Variation

The differences observed among individuals and populations in biological characteristics due to genetic and environmental factors.

  • Detect and clarify the biological underpinnings of human variability and adaptation mechanisms.

Verified Answer

Zybrea Knight

7 days ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Populations are genetically open, meaning that there is gene flow between populations which prevents the formation of fixed, biologically distinct racial groups. This concept highlights the fluidity and interconnectedness of human genetic variation, challenging the notion of rigid racial categories.