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Problem: The mode of natural selection in which one extreme phenotype is fittest and the environment selects against the others is: a.  Directional selectionb.  Disruptive selectionc.  Stabilizing selectiond.  Artificial selectione.  Convergent selection

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The mode of natural selection in which one extreme phenotype is fittest and the environment selects against the others is: 

a.  Directional selection

b.  Disruptive selection

c.  Stabilizing selection

d.  Artificial selection

e.  Convergent selection

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