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Starting with the same population of 10 haploid sea

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Question 4 of 4 4.0 Points Starting with the same population of 10 haploid sea urchins, where 1 has the W allele and 9 have the P allele, assume now that the W allele has a strong selective advantage. Sea urchin offspring with the W allele are 9 times more likely to survive than offspring with the P allele. What is the probability that the P allele will fix in the very next generation? Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? Part 3 of 7 - General
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