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BILD3quiz2 - BILD3 Fall 2006 Quiz 2 Review (Lectures 4, 5)...

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1 BILD3 Fall 2006 Quiz 2 Review (Lectures 4, 5) Terms: You should be able to explain and give examples of each of these terms or ideas. Most importantly, know their significance in the context of evolutionary biology. Microevolution Blending vs. Particulate Evolution Gregor Mendel Allele frequency Genotype frequency Population Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Agents of Evolution Mutation Neutral, deleterious and beneficial mutation Population size Genetic drift Population bottleneck Founder effect Inbreeding Fixation and Loss of alleles Migration Migration-Selection balance Gene flow Random mating Assortative mating Disassortative mating Natural Selection Review Questions: Some of these questions are open ended or have more than one answer—they are intended to make you think about the material and understand it at a conceptual level! 1) If a population appears to be in HW equilibrium over many generations, is the population evolving? Why or why not? 2) If a population is not in HW equilibrium, does that imply that the individuals are affected by natural selection? Explain why. 3)
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BILD 3 taught by Professor Wills during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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BILD3quiz2 - BILD3 Fall 2006 Quiz 2 Review (Lectures 4, 5)...

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