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Here is a matrix for four populations of fish that live in a river that  never floods (linear  spatial relationship so all four populations will  fall along a line). On the diagonal of the matrix below is the  observed heterozygosity for each population at a single locus, on  the lower matrix is the F st  value for the two populations relative to  that position on the matrix. For each population, I will also give the  allele frequency for one allele of the diallelic locus. Pop 1 f(A1) = 0.2 Pop 2 f(A1) = 0.8 Pop 3 f(A1) = 0.3 Pop 4 f(A1) = 0.5 Pop1 Pop2 Pop3 Pop4 Pop1 0.32 Pop2 0.20 0.24 Pop3 0.65 0.40 0.10 Pop4 0.01 0.10 0.55 0.48 Draw on this river (a picture of a line is given), a circle that  represents the relative position of each population. The size of the  circle will also represent the relative difference in size of each  population. Remember to label each circle with the population  name.
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Draw a line graph. The X axis is generations, increasing as it 
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2010 for the course ZOL 445 taught by Professor Williams,b during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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