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Lab 1 Fitness

# Lab 1 Fitness - Exercise 1 Fitness Zachary Bergman Friday...

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Exercise 1: Fitness Zachary Bergman Friday PM Section: 75 TA: Rashmi 1. The null hypotheses for questions 2-8 are stated below. All the t -value calcuations can be found in the data and calculations section. 2. The first null hypothesis is when comparing the outcrossed offspring to the selfed offspring, there is no difference in the pods/pollution. This hypothesis is accepted because the t -value we obtained was less than the t -value given in the table. 3. The null hypothesis that outcrossed and selfed plants have no difference in seeds/pod should be rejected. This is because the t -value we obtained was greater than that of the table. The alternative hypothesis that is accepted is that there is a difference in the seeds/pod between outcrossed and selfed plants. 4. The null hypothesis that outcrossed and selfed plants have no difference in the porportion of seeds germinated should be rejected. This is because the t -value we obtained was greater than that of the table. The alternative hypothesis that is accepted is that there is a difference in the proportion of seeds germinated between the outcrossed and selfed plants. 5. The null hypothesis that outcrossed and selfed plants have no difference in the proportion of offspring that survived should be rejected. This is because the t -value we obtained was greater than that of the table.

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