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Exam 1 Fall 2009 (converted).page2 - 5 6 Which of the...

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Unformatted text preview: 5 6. Which of the following is true concerning small populations? 3. they will have a lower probability of extinction than large populations. b. they will have a lower probability of inbreeding depression. they will have a lower genetic diversity than large populations. . they will lower probability of being rare. e. all of the above are true concerning small populations. 7. A population that exhibits which of the following mating systems is likely to lose genetic diversity slowest? a. parent-offspring mating. @ second-cousin mating. c. sib mating. d. first-cousin mating. e. they should lose genetic diversity at approximately the same rate. 8. All but which of the following is likely to reduce the genetic variation of a population? , I ' . gene flow.” 410: .. ' ~ 1‘ “-L’ <3" " @rgeneticdrifi; T i‘ J drfoxmder—efl‘ect— e. all of the above will reduce genetic variation of a population. 9. When all individuals of a species fimction as a single randomly-mating population, we refer to the population as: a. transgenic. b. cosmopolitan. anmictic. . random. e. none of the above. 10. Which of the following phenomena is deterministic? . founder effect. natural selection. 0. bottleneck. d. genetic drift. e. all of the above are deterministic. /l’( How many allele combinations are possible for three gene loci that have only dominant or recessive alleles? @321 at. e. none of the above. ...
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