Calculation of Allele and Genotype Frequencies & Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Theory INTRODUCTION Population geneticists study frequencies of genotypes and alleles within populations rather than the ratios of phenotypes that Mendelian geneticists use.
2-Bio 14 Notes from Dr. Chew for Jan 25, 2016
[the file on Trunk is 2BIO14Notes, for clarity the number will correspond to the class number]
[These notes provide announcements for the day and a conceptual outline for class lecture with vocabula
4- Notes from Dr. Chew for Jan 28, 2016
Announcement: extra office hours on Friday 1/29 2-3:30pm Barnum 107 this week only (we'll
see about next week later)
Genetic change between generations: population genetics
This material begins further consideration
3-BIO14 Jan 26, 2016 Notes from Dr. Chew
-Dr. Chews office hours this week:
Tuesday 8:45-9:45am, and apologies! the 11:45am-12:45pm office hour has been partially coopted by a senior thesis meeting that was on the books and that I failed to
5 Feb 1, 2016 NOTES from Dr. Chew
-Review sessions (Recitation) begins 2/1 (today) in Barnum 08 (=Feinleib Aud) 4:305:20pm.
-Problem set #2 will be available 2/1, 11am, Trunk BIO 14, under Tests & Quizzes
(ungraded formative quiz, called a
6-Feb. 2, 2016 Notes from Dr. Chew
PLEASE PRINT the big diagram of slide #17, p. 5 of this NOTEStoo small in 3-slides version.
Evolutionary processes: Patterns of Natural Selection
-Whats evolution? What can cause it to occur? We start to answers these qu
Class 7 Feb 4, 2016NOTES from Dr. Chew
Announcements: office hours Thursday 2/4, 8:45-9:45 and 12noon-2pm
Evolutionary Processes: [the ppt.pdf file is quite large 25+ Mb because of images]
Cases involving predation as examples of natural selection:
Bean Beetle Lab Report
Analyzing the female Callosobruchus Maculatus beetles method of determining which
beans are most suitable to host their eggs and nourish future offspring.
A female Callosobruchus maculatus, mor
Lab Report 1
Testing the Environmental Advantages of High and Low Mutation Rates.
E. Coli goes through a generation every twenty minutes, a time unfathomably small when compared to an
effective generation time of 20 y