It is well-known that "the" stack of elliptic curves (allow me to be vague as to singular curves, compactifications etc) has a presentation by a groupoid in schemes. One of the things that needs to be proved to see this is that the sheaves of isomorphisms between two elliptic curves over a base is representable (I'm simplifying a bit, clearly), say by an algebraic space (see e.g. L&M-B Corollaire 3.13)

What happens if we take instead the presheaf of isogenies between two elliptic curves? My guess is that it is a sheaf. But is it representable? I have no intuition at all.

Clearly elliptic curves and isogenies are not an algebraic stack as usually defined: they do not form a category fibred in groupoids. I'm asking specifically about the (pre)sheaf of isogenies here, and **not** elliptic curves up to isogeny. This has applications to Charles Rezk's work discussed in his ICM talk, if people want motivation.

One could ask analogous questions about abelian varieties, but I'll hold off.