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Unformatted text preview: when given partial information about these frequencies. 3. make qualitative predictions about allelic and genotypic frequencies of populations in 1) Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium 2) undergoing genetic drift 3) undergoing selection. 4. justify their predictions based on theory (Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, drift, selection). Week 10: Evolution in Sticklebacks 1. Interpret Mendelian ratios of traits in a real research situation. 2. Interpret mRNA as an indicator of transcribed DNA and likely protein synthesis (translation) 3. Hypothesize how a major evolutionary change could occur through a mutation in regulatory DNA 4. Hypothesize proximate and ultimate causes for morphological differences 5. Communicate the relationship between DNA, transcription, translation, phenotype, and proteins...
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