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Name: ANSWER KEY Virtual Lab - Population Genetics - Google Doc LinkOpen the PopGenFishBowl at Start by clicking “Background Information.” Read this information to answer the following: 1. Define biological evolution. 2.. What is the difference between microevolution and macroevolution? 3.What are the five conditions that must be met for the proportions of alleles to not change (Hardy-WeinbergEquilibrium) 4.What are the five evolutionary mechanisms? Give a brief description of each.
5. What are some examples of selective breeding? 6. What are the three varieties of koi? Part 1: Population in Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium .
8. Click “To Data” and compare your genotype predictions to the frequencies in the model. Allow the simulation to run for 100 generations (press the fast forward button to speed up the simulation and 9. Reset the simulation by hitting the blue reset button in the top right. Return to the design page, and now change the initial ‘R’ Allele proportion to 0.3. Calculate the following (see HW Equation): .3 .7 10. Run the simulation through 100 generations. What are the frequencies now? *answers may vary

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