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Question 20(5 points)SavedAfter a disastrous blizzard, there was a significant increase inthe allele frequency of blue eye color in Husky dogs. Thefrequency of alleles for brown-eyed dogs was 7.5% and theallele frequency for hazel-eyed dogs was 22.5% of all allelesfor the population. What is the allele frequency percentagefor the blue-eyed Husky dogs in this population?Question 20 options:7.522.53070
1.After a disastrous blizzard, there was a significant increase in the allele frequency ofblue eyecolor in husky dogs. The frequency of alleles for brown eyed dogs was 7.5%and the allele
frequency for hazel eyed dogs was 22.5% of all alleles for thepopulation. What is the allelefrequency percentage for the blue eyed husky dogs inthis population?
2.Which of the scenarios below represents a gene pool that has changed through someprocess ofmicroevolution?
3.A scientist finds what she thinks is a new species of rodent on a small pacific island.However,some similar looking rodents inhabit some nearby islands. She mates thenew rodent with thenearby rodent and gets viable but infertile offspring. Why?
0 / 5 pointsWhat is required for speciation to occur?Question options: WRONG NOT SELECT ONEid evolutionary changesolationof timetion
Phylogeny is a description of _WRONG NOT SELECTEDONE___________.
View Feedback0 / 5 pointsA major contributing factor for the reduction in the number ofmedium ground finches on Daphne Major Island was attributedto _________WRONG NOT SELECTED ONE_________.
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