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Data Analysis Be sure to include one data collection chart per team member . Use the group’s data to calculate average values for each generation in Case Study 1 and Case Study 2. Be sure to show all work for the calculations used to determine the average values. This will be presented in the “Data” portion of your lab report. Allele Frequencies- Averages for all members of the group Allele F Allele f Generation Number Percentage Frequency Number Percentage Frequency Start 75 75 .75 25 25 .25 1 79 79 .79 21 21 .21 2 81 81 .81 19 19 .19 3 79 79 .79 21 21 .21 4 79 79 .79 21 21 .21 5 78 78 .78 22 22 .22 Graph the frequencies of each allele for each case study 1 and 2. Plot the frequencies of the alleles on the vertical y -axis and the number of generations on the horizontal x - axis. Be sure to use some way (color, line pattern, etc.) to differentiate between the two alleles on the graph. Individual Questions Respond to each of these items from an individual perspective. Each member's responses here will differ: 1. Evaluate your hypothesis based on your data and lab experience. Based on the lab data, I would say that my second hypothesis was correct because it said that the average would be about 80% - 20%, which is how it ended up. 2. What trends were observed, over time, in the gene pool of case study 1? Of case study 2?
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Over time, the gene pools stayed at about the same rate for both Case study 1 and 2.
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