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Covel Tutoring LS2 Professor Thomas Week 2 I. Welcome Back to More LS1! FIVE important things to assume for Hardy Weinberg 1) Random Mating: rare (would YOU mate with anyone ? ) ~ assortative mating: 2) Population Size ~ genetic drift a) bottleneck: b) founder: 3) Migration a) gene flow = actual ______________ of ________ the SAME species b) dispersal: ______________ moving 4) Mutation 5) Selection: If there are 2 alleles for a given trait in a population how many phenotypes are possible? One Two Three Four Cannot be determined For a population of Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium, what proportion of individuals will be heterozygous for a given trait if p=0.4 Imagine a honeybee hive where the queen has been fertilized by two different males from the same hive (not an uncommon occurrence). The workers in the hive would have two different degrees of relatedness. If workers sharing the same father would be related by 0.75. By what percentage would workers from different fathers be related by?
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course LS 1 taught by Professor Thomas during the Fall '05 term at UCLA.

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