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BIOL1610 Study Guide-CH19 - BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER...

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BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE: CHAPTER 19 KEY TERMS – be able to define and use the following terms: allele frequency assortive mating bottleneck deletion directional selection disruptive selection duplication founder effect gene flow gene pool genetic drift genetic equilibrium genotype frequency Hardy-Weinberg principle inbreeding inbreeding depression inversion mean microevolution modern synthesis population population genetics random fertilization reciprocal translocation stabilizing selection LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Define evolution , population. population genetics , and gene pool . What is the raw material for evolution. 2. If there are 50 individuals in a diploid population how big is the gene pool? 3. What is the Modern Synthesis? Explain how genotype frequencies and allele frequencies are calculated. 4. In a human population of 1000, 840 are tongue rollers (TT or Tt) and 160 are not tongue rollers (tt). What is the frequency of the dominant allele in the population?
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