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Population Genetics 1 vectorbio.rutgers.edu Announcements: Professor Gaugler’s General Biology Lectures How to get copies of my lectures…. Go to: Hardy-Weinberg Equation Departures from Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Evolution is a process of adaptation to the environment. Natural selection acting on variation (preserving if beneficial, removing if detrimental) is the means by which this adaptation occurs.
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Population Genetics 2 MICROEVOLUTION - Short-term, small-scale, below the species level changes in populations; result of a change in allele frequency MACROEVOLUTION - Long-term large-scale changes above the species level SCALES OF EVOLUTION Population all the individuals of the same species in a particular area at the same time. Share a common gene pool. Gene Pool sum of all alleles of all genes in a population. Genotype Aa Allele Frequency A = 0.9 a = 0.1 1.0 Frequency change EVOLUTION Frequency stable GENETIC EQUILIBRIUM Phenotype Free: Dominant (A) Attached: Recessive (a) a A
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Population Genetics 3 Hardy-Weinberg Equation That is, under certain conditions , population allele frequencies are in
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GenBio2PopGen - Population Genetics How to get copies of my...

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