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Concept 9 - Sample Problem 2:How many individuals of fruit flies would you expect to be homozygous for red-colored eyes?
Concept 10 - Sample Problem 3Approximately what percent of the population are heterozygous carriers of the recessive PKU al-lele?
Concept 11 – Allelic Frequency vs. Genotypic Frequency What is q for this population?
Next, read ‘Design of the Experiment’ and answer questions to ‘Analysis of Results’ below1. What are the initial p and q?there are 24 total alleles, and 12 A alleles (p) and 12 a alleles (q)
Meghan Placke2. What are the final p and q?
3. Is the population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? Explain the reason for your response.
Finally, take the ‘Lab Quiz’. For each question, either show your work (if a calculation) or ex-plain your answer in words (if a conceptual question).1. (0.9) x (0.1)x 2= 0.182. All of these 5 traits( if true) leads to Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium meaning their make up f their gene pool will virtually not alter over time.3. initial frequency of alleles has nothing to do with the genetic equilibrium, but all other options do.

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