Seed lab - Dustin Lee Seed Lab 10/23/2006 Block C 2....

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Dustin Lee 10/23/2006 Seed Lab Block C 2. Between each generation, the frequency in alleles changed tremendously. At start, the gene pool consisted of fifteen alleles of each color. By the 3 rd generation, the number of brown alleles 18, white 4, red 10, black 34, and green 14. 3. No there are not any seeds that were not represented in the survivor population because all of them survived in the end. 4. The colors of the survivors relate to their habitat because this means that the survivors blend in to the habitat so they have a more likely chance of surviving. 5. I believe that white and red would probably be wiped out in the next generation. I think that black will continue to grow exponentially. If brown and green keep losing some of their population at a constant rate, then in the 5 th or 6 th generation they will probably be wiped out as well. 6. If the green beans suddenly had a mutation so that the green beans looked more like the grass color, then they would be able to survive better because their color
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOG 1110 taught by Professor Randywayne during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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