Write a statement explaining natural selection and

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Write a statement explaining natural selection and how this simulation demonstrates the role of natural selection in populations (both predator and prey).
Test of Random Mating ParentalNumberGenotypicAllelesNumberAllelicGenotypeFrequencyFrequencyBB250.25B1000.5Bb500.5b1000.5bb250.25Total1001OffspringNumberAllelesNumberGenotypeBB180.18B950.475Bb590.59b1050.525bb230.23Total1001Table 5Question 1Do the allelic frequencies of the offspring match the parents?No, they do not match.Table 5Question 2Result Table 5 - Genotypic and Allelic Frequencies for Random MatingGenotypic FrequencyAllelic frequencyIf the frequencies are different, then one of the assumptions of the Hardy-Weinberg Principle was probably violated. Which one?
Test of 100% Negative SelectionResult Table 6 - Genotypic Frequencies for 100% Negative SelectionNumberGenotypicFrequencyBB250.25ParentalBb500.50Genotypebb250.25Total1001.00BB240.24GenerationBb510.511bb250.25Total1001.00BB380.51GenerationBb230.312bb140.18Total751.00BB450.74GenerationBb90.153bb70.11Total611.00BB460.85GenerationBb70.134bb10.02Total541.00BBGenerationBb5bbTotal1.00
Enter your data in the table below and the graph will automatically make.TitleGenotypic Frequency for 100% Negative SelectionX-axisGenerationY-axisGenotypic Frequency X DataBBBbbb10.240.510.2520.510.310.1830.740.150.1140.850.130.02Table 6 Question 1Calculate the final allelic frequencies for B and b in the fifth generation.B= 0.92 and b= 0.08 for the fifth generation.12345600.10.20.30.40.50.60.70.80.9Genotypic Frequency for 100% Negative SelectionBBBbbbGenerationGenotypic Frequency
Table 6 Question 2Table 6 Question 3Table 6 Question 4Can you ever eliminate the red allele? How long would it take?Table 6 Question 5

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