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BIO121ch19 - BIO121 I. Chapter 19 A. Population A.1. All...

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BIO121 I. Chapter 19 A. Population A.1. All individuals living in a particular place at the same time A.2. Population gene pool A.2.a) All alleles for all loci present in the population B. Population Genetics B.1. Study of genetic variability in a population B.1.a) AND forces that act on it B.2. Genotype Frequency B.2.a) Proportion of a genotype in the population B.3. Phenotype Frequency B.3.a) Proportion of a phenotype in the population B.4. Allele Frequency B.4.a) Proportion of an allele of a given genetic locus in the population C. Hardy-Weinberg Principle C.1. Allele and genotype frequencies do not change from generation to generation in a population at genetic equilibrium C.2. (No evolution is occurring) C.3. Applies only if: C.3.a) Mating is random in population C.3.b) No net mutations change allele frequencies C.3.c) Population is large C.3.d) Individuals don’t migrate between populations C.3.e) Natural selection does not occur. D.
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BIO121ch19 - BIO121 I. Chapter 19 A. Population A.1. All...

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