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Bottleneck is a sudden decrease of the population in size, usually due to adverse environmental factors. During bottlenecks, a population shrinks temporarily and therefore loses genetic variation. Bottlenecks also result from alterations in gene flow such as decreased migration, expansions into new habitats, or population subdivision.
- Solomon, E. P., Berg, L. R., & Martin, D. W. (2002). Biology, sixth edition. (N. Rose, Ed.). Stamford, CT: Thomson Learning.
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