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b. What is the frequency of the recessive allele?
c. What is the frequency of the dominant allele?
d. What is the frequency of the homozygous dominant individuals?
e. What is the frequency of the heterozygous individuals?
f. What is the frequency of the homozygous recessive individuals?
15. Describe the biological species concept. (2) 16. Match the following terms to their definitions: (1 point each = 7) __ d _Hybrid inviability a. Viable hybrid offspring cannot reproduce. __ b _Mechanical Isolation b. Mating organs are incompatible. _ a__ Hybrid Infertility c. Mating behavior or fertility at different times. __ g_ Ecological Isolation d. Gametes unite but viable offspring cannot form. _ f __Behavioral Isolation e. Gametes cannot unite. _c __Temporal Isolation f. Different mating activities. __ e _Gametic Isolation g. Different environments. 17. In your own words, define speciation. (2)
18. List and describe different ways a population can become reproductively isolated from other populations of the same species. (3)
Review Questions (Highlight the correct answer) (1 point each = 10) 1. True or False: A population with a large gene pool is more genetically diverse than a population with a small gene pool.
2. What was different among the populations of white-footed mice in Manhattan?
3. True or False: Evolution can occur without a change in allele frequency.
4. True or False: If a mutation happens to a specific allele in an individual organism, evolution has occurred.
5. What do genetic drift, gene flow, and mutation all have in common?
6. What would help a population with inbreeding depression? (Choose all that apply.)
7. True or False: Most natural populations are in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
8. True or False: You can apply the Hardy-Weinberg equation to a population that is not in equilibrium.
9. Speciation occurs when:
10. The common characteristic of the variety of ways in which species maintain reproductive isolation is:

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