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Genotype of leopard frogs from a population in central Kansas were

determined for a locus (M) that encodes the enzyme, malate dehydrogenase. The following numbers of genotypes were observed.
GENOTYPE NUMBER
M1M1 20
M1M2 45
M2M2 42
M1M3 4
M2M3 8
M3M3 6
TOTAL 125


Q22 (1 point) What are the frequencies of the M1, M2, and M3 alleles in this frog population?
Q23 (1point) Calculate genotypic frequencies for this population?
Q24 (1 point) Whatwould be the expected numbers of genotypes be if the population were in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
Q25 (1 point) Is this population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? Explain your reasoning. (hint: you can use chi-square test) 

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