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Problem: The three types of natural selection are: a.  Directional selection, convergent selection, and disruptive selectionb.  Directional selection, artificial selection, and convergent selectionc.  Disruptive selection, stabilizing selection, and normalizing selectiond.  Disruptive selection, stabilizing selection, and artificial selectione.  Directional selection, disruptive selection, and stabilizing selection

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The three types of natural selection are: 

a.  Directional selection, convergent selection, and disruptive selection

b.  Directional selection, artificial selection, and convergent selection

c.  Disruptive selection, stabilizing selection, and normalizing selection

d.  Disruptive selection, stabilizing selection, and artificial selection

e.  Directional selection, disruptive selection, and stabilizing selection

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