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Mark for Review What's This? Question 11 of 22 4.0 Points As stated in lecture, the HIV mutation rate is 3x10 -5 errors per base per replication. How many mutations is a base in the HIV genome expected to see per day within a single infected human host, where 10 10 virions are produced? Note that each base is present in two copies per virion. A. 1 B. 600 C. 0.3 D. 3 * 10^7 E. 6 * 10^5 F. need more information Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? Question 12 of 22 4.0 Points When separate HIV populations in different people treated with AZT independently evolve AZT resistance, this is an example of: Reset Selection
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4/5/13 8:17 PM 2013 Problem Set 1 on Evolution Lectures 1-3 Page 5 of 8 Mark for Review What's This? Question 13 of 22 4.0 Points An infinitely large, isolated population is out of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, but is not subject to mutation or selective pressures. What will occur after a single generation of random mating, assuming all Hardy-Weinberg conditions are now restored? Pick ALL that apply: Mark for Review What's This? Question 14 of 22 4.0 Points Mendel’s work on genetics was only rediscovered in 1900, and it took nearly another two decades before the noted evolutionary biologist R.A. Fisher published “The Correlation Between Relatives on the Supposition of Mendelian Inheritance”, helping reconcile some of Darwin’s views with Mendel’s ideas. Which one of the following statements best describes how Mendelian genetics helped shape evolutionary thought? Pick the ONE best choice:
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