Genetics Final Summer 2008 pg 3

Genetics Final Summer 2008 pg 3 - locus? a. yes b. no 17....

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Use the following data set to answer questions 13-16. Genotype Number of Individuals AA 51 Aa 67 aa 40 13. What is the allele frequency of A in this population? a. 0.317 b. 0.498 c. 0.535 d. 0.587 e. 0.760 14. What is the expected number of Aa individuals based on Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? a. 22 b. 41 c. 64 d. 79 e. none of the above 15. Calculate the Chi-square value to determine if this population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. What is the chi-square value? For best results, round all expected numbers to the nearest whole number. a. 0.21 b. 1.97 c. 2.41 d. 3.68 e. 4.68 16. Given a Chi-Square critical value of 3.841 for df=1, is the population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium at this
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Unformatted text preview: locus? a. yes b. no 17. You are studying a population of barnacles and calculate the relative fitness of the genotypes at a single locus. You measure the allele frequencies of recently settled larvae and find out that the frequency of A = 0.6 and a = 0.4 and the population is in Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium. Based on the fitness estimates below, what will the frequency of A be in the offspring produced by this population? w AA = 0.4 w Aa = 0.6 w aa = 1.0 a. 0.377 b. 0.486 c. 0.509 d. 0.621 e. 0.660...
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