A 11000 b 14000 c 110000 d 2pn e 2qn compared to

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a) 1/1000 b) 1/4000 c) 1/10,000 d) 2p/N e) 2q/N Compared to outbred risk… if q=1/1000, then 2q x 2q x ¼ = 1/1,000,000
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Relatedness and Inbreeding Challenge: Two full brothers marry two full sisters. Each of these two couples produce a biological child and these “cousins” later wish to marry. Calculate the value of R for these “cousins” and the value of F for the future children of these “cousins”.
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Random Events Random Genetic Drift and the Founder Effect through random changes in allele frequency, populations eventually drift to p=1 or p=0 Allele frequencies can change dramatically in single generation, especially in small populations with small # offspring (basically a sampling “error”) Thus two isolated populations could, via random genetic drift, diverge toward fixation of either the A or the a allele
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Bottlenecks and Population Size Founder Effect, Recovery or Extinction
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