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Mutation Notes - Friday BIOL 3040 I How to help with...

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Friday’ –’ 9/16/11’ BIOL’3040 ’ I. How’to’help’with’reading’each’other±s’papers a. Clarity’of’presentation ’ –’ The’reader’should’learn’about’the’clade’discussed,’their’ evolution,’etc.’ ’ b. Structure’ –’ What’are’some’things’the’author’forgot?’Is’there’an’abstract,’an’ introduction,’some’body’paragraphs,’a’figure,’a’conclusion,’etc.? c. Grammar/spelling’ –’ Self’explanatory ’ II. Hardy’Weinberg’Equilibrium ’ a. Genotype’frequencies ’ and’ allele’frequencies ’ b. Gives’us’a’ testable’model ’ c. Assumptions:’ i. Large’population’(in’comparison’with’the’mutation’rate) ii. Random’mating ’ iii. No’genetic’drift ’ iv. No’selection ’ v. No’migration ’ d. In’the’equation,’the’w±s’are’viabilities .’Viability ’ is’the’chance’of’reaching’a’reproductive’ age.’ III. Mean’fitness ’ a.
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