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Quiz 1 The Theory of Evolution 15 Points
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1. Define the following terms: a. Population – b. Gene Pool – 2 points
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2. Short Answers: a. What is the relation between the Genotype and the Phenotype? b. What are the equations for Allelic frequency and Genotypic frequency 2 Points
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3. Match the following: Choose the most accurate answer 1.Allele a. HbS/HbS 2.Gene b. Different forms of a gene 3.Sickle Cell Anemia c. HbA/HbA 4.Susceptible to d. Unit of DNA that Malaria determines a trait
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4. Based on your experiment in lab last
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Unformatted text preview: week, which of the three cities (Al – Khartum, Johannesberg and Kinshasa) should get the funding and why? 2 Points 5. A population is 20% AA , 70% Aa and 10% aa . What are the frequencies of A and a ? 3 Points 6. Answer in short a. List the five tenets of Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium. b. If a group of organisms were to satisfy Hardy-Weinberg Assumptions, what would that indicate? 3 Points (2+1) 7. If the allelic frequency of q is 0.8, what is the allelic frequency of p? 1 Point...
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