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Unformatted text preview: C) What are the frequencies of the genotypes after two generations of selfing? D) What will the equilibrium genotype frequencies be if the individuals keep selfing? E) What will the equilibrium gene frequencies be assuming that the individuals keep selfing? 3. In controlled experiments with different genotypes a researcher has measured the number of offspring produced by each genotype. The original population is at Hardy Weinberg equilibrium with gene frequencies p = q = 0.5. If all genotypes have the same probability of survival and genotype GG produces 50 eggs, genotype Gg 30 eggs and genotype gg 15 eggs a) what are the relative fitnesses of the three genotypes? B) What are the selection coefficients against the two least fit genotypes? C) What are the genotype frequencies after one cycle of selection? D) What are the gene frequencies after one cycle of selection? Show your calculations....
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