Concerning genotype frequencies john does null model

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32. Concerning genotype frequencies, John Doe’s null model predicts: A. Lower proportion of D High D High homozygotes in the uninfected compared to the total sample B. Higher proportion of D High alleles in the the uninfected sample compared to the total sample C. Higher proportion of D Normal alleles in the uninfected sample compared to the total sample D. No difference in genotype proportions between the two samples E. None of these answers is correct 33. Focusing on each data set separately to calculate gene frequencies: EEMB 2 Final Ivory Version: 0 Page: 10
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34. In the uninfected sample, John Doe’s null model would predict: 35. Application of the scientific method to John Doe’s results leads to what conclusions: Use the following information for the next 5 questions (until you see a solid line): In many countries the frequency of people consuming too much sugar has risen dramatically. Over-consumption of sugar contributes many health problems including adult-onset diabetes. Suppose that some people tolerate an excess of sugar better than others (i.e., thy show less physiological harm on high sugar diets) and that this tolerance can be measured with a weight gain metric ( 6 w = weight at age 25 - weight at age 16). A researcher used medical records to screen 1,000 couples (parents) and their children. For each parent she recorded their i) 6 w ii) number of children that they produced over their entire lifetime iii) the average 6 w of their children. The average 6 w of the population as a whole was 10. She found that people in the group with the highest 10% of 6 w values had a mean 6 w equaling 40. Children from these parents had an average 6 w of 34.
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