Write a statement explaining natural selection and

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Write a statement explaining natural selection and how this simulation demonstrates the role of natural selection in populations (both predator and prey).
Test of Random Mating ParentalNumberGenotypicAllelesNumberAllelicGenotypeFrequencyFrequencyBB250.25B1000.5Bb500.5b1000.5bb250.25Total1001OffspringGenotypeBB250.25B1000.525Bb550.55b1000.475bb200.2Total1001Table 5Question 1Do the allelic frequencies of the offspring match the parents?Table 5Question 2Result Table 5 - Genotypic and Allelic Frequencies for Random MatingAlthough, the numbers were quite close the allelic frequencies of the offspring did not match parents. If the frequencies are different, then one of the assumptions of the Hardy-Weinberg Principle was probably violated. Which one?
Test of 100% Negative SelectionNumberGenotypicFrequencyBB250.25ParentalBb500.50Genotypebb250.25Total1001.00BB220.22GenerationBb560.561bb220.22Total1001.00BB260.26GenerationBb480.482bb260.26Total1001.00BB290.29GenerationBb420.423bb290.29Total1001.00BB240.24GenerationBb540.544bb220.22Total1001.00BB270.27GenerationBb500.505bb230.23Total1001.00Result Table 6 - Genotypic Frequencies for 100% Negative Selection
Enter your data in the table below and the graph will automatically make.Title100% Negative SelectionX-axisGenerationY-axisGenotypic FrequencyGenerationBBBbbbParental25502512256222264826329422942454225275023Table 6Question 1Calculate the final allelic frequencies for B and b in the fifth generation.1234560102030405060100% Negative SelectionBBBbbbGenerationGenotypic Frequency

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