Selection Coefficient Simulation

next generation p 2 x rr individuals rr individuals

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Unformatted text preview: (2 x RR individuals + Rr individuals) / 2 x (total individuals) Total individual after selection is p2(1 + s) + 2pq(1 + s) + q2 2 Therefore, daunting, 2 x p2(1 fairly+easy(1 + s)) / (2 x (p2(1 + s) + 2pq(1 + s)Excel canp2(1 + s) + pqvalues for p2(1 + s) +ofpq(1 + s) + q2) This looks new p = ( but it is + s) 2pq to set up the calculations in Excel. + q )) = ( calculate the (1 + s)) / ( hundreds 2 generations in an instant! <-- This is the the starting gene frequency for the dominant allele. 0.01 means it starts at 1% of the gene pool. starting p = 0.01 <-- This is the selection coefficient. It is the advantage the dominant form has over the recessive form. If it's 0.1, then the advantage is 10%. s = 0.1 Allele frequencies before selection Phenotype frequencies Recessive Dominant Dominant allele allele phenotype generations frequency p frequency q p2+2pq 0.0100 0.0110 0.0120 0.0132 0.0145 0.0159 0.9900 0.9890 0.9880 0.9868 0.9855 0.9841 0.0199 0.0218 0.0240 0.0263 0.0288 0.0316 Geno...
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This lab report was uploaded on 03/26/2014 for the course BIOL 1407 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Blinn College.

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