Prelim - 2000 - nd Prelim APRIL, 2000 View the answers Part...

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nd Prelim APRIL, 2000 View the answers Part 1 True or False ( 1 point each) 1. If a population is not in equilibrium for an autosomal locus, it T F will return to equilibrium in one generation of random mating regardless of gene frequencies in males and females. 2. The difference in gene frequencies between males and females T F for a sex-linked locus decreases by 1/2 with each generation of random mating if they are not equal at the start. 3. If the frequency of A mutating to a is equal to the frequency with T F which a mutates to A , the population is in equilibrium. 4. Positive assortative mating will increase the frequency of T F heterozygosity in the population. 5. With overdominance, the heterozygote, Bb , is the favored genotype. T F If BB has a higher survival than bb , with overdominance the B allele will ultimately become fixed. 6. If the P(detection) is .75, then 1 - P(detection) =.25 is the probability
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