Answer Sheet - Lab 2

Answer Sheet - Lab 2 - Answer Sheet - Laboratory 2 Exercise...

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Answer Sheet - Laboratory 2 Exercise 1 - Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium 1. In general, what do the beads used in this experiment represent? Fill in the spaces below A = ________________ color ___________ Allelic frequency a = ________________ color ___________ Allelic frequency How many diploid individuals are represented in this population? What would be the color of the two beads for a homozygous dominant individual? What would be the color of the two beads for a homozygous recessive individual? What would be the color of the two beads for a heterozygous individual? State the Hardy-Weinberg theorem. This will be your hypothesis. State in your own words what you think the Hardy-Weinberg theorem means. Use the space below to fill in the information you get from your experiment. Generation 1 # of AA individuals_____ # of Aa individuals ____ # of aa individuals ______ p = _______ q = _________ Generation 2 # of AA individuals_____ # of Aa individuals ____ # of aa individuals ______
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2008 for the course BI 120 taught by Professor Wilson during the Spring '08 term at Mass Colleges.

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