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Allele frequencies p and q given genotypic frequencies

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Unformatted text preview: egy to distinguish between a phenotype that results from codominance relative to incomplete dominance characteristics that identify a pleiotropic allele general pathway of eukaryotic membrane protein production. function of various MC1R alleles in general physiology of skin/hair pigmentation. characteristics of dominant alleles. which allele in a heterozygote is dominant, given the biochemical mechanism of action of allele products. factors that affect how allele frequencies change over time in a population. allele frequencies (p and q), given genotypic frequencies. meaning of deme, population, allele frequency, genotype frequency allele frequencies in a population, given the genotype frequencies genotype frequencies in the next generation, given the allele frequencies and assuming Hardy ­Weinberg equilibrium conditions necessary for Hardy ­Weinberg equilibrium whether a population is in HWE, given observed genotype or phenotype frequencies effect of selection on changes in allele frequency relative vs. absolute fitness how to calculate relative fitness how to quantify strength of selection relation...
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