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NAME ________________________ EID _______________14. What does this figure illustrate about the interplay between positive selection and drift given different population sizes and different degrees of positive selection? (6 points)15. Given equal mutation rates per generation, a short-generation species will experience more mutations per unit time than a long-generation species.A. Given the above statement, what did many researchers expect to see in the way of gene substitution rates when comparing short-generation species to long-generation species? How would this affect the molecular clock concept? (3 points)B. What did researchers actually find with regard to gene substitution rates when comparing short-generation species to long-generation species? How would this affect the molecular clock concept? (3points)C. How does the nearly neutral theory explain these findings? (6 points)9
NAME ________________________ EID _______________16. Suppose there are two populations, one of which has the Aand balleles fixed at two loci, and the other of which has the aand balleles fixed at those two loci, respectively.

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