BIOL1610 Study Guide-CH19

BIOL1610 Study - BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 19 KEY TERMS be able to define and use the following terms allele frequency Hardy-Weinberg principle

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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? 5. Define genetic equilibrium and list the five conditions that must be met. What happens if
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BIOL1610 Study - BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 19 KEY TERMS be able to define and use the following terms allele frequency Hardy-Weinberg principle

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