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2. Do these results vary among the populations founded by Beakers #1, #2, and #3? Why or why not?
3. What observations can you make about the genetic variation between the parent and founding populations?
4. Suppose you have a population of 300 butterflies. If the population experiences a net growth of 12% in the following year, how many butterflies do you have?
5. Now suppose you have 300 eggs, but only 70% of those eggs progress to become a caterpillar, and only 80% of the caterpillar progress to become an adult butterfly. How many butterflies do you have?
6. Suppose you have a population of 150 butterflies, but a wildfire devastates the population and only 24butterflies survive. What percent does the colony decrease by?
Experiment 4: Natural SelectionProcedure6. Record the remaining colors for the RED habitat.100 BEADSSELECTION 1SELECTION 2SELECTION 3RED BEADS364139BLUE BEDS212832Do you observe a selective advantage for the red or blue beads? Why?

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