In a population at Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium in which the frequency of A alleles (p) is 0.6, the expected frequency of aa individuals is:
A locally interbreeding group within a geographic population is called:
a Mendelian population.
Most mutations are
random with respect to the environmental needs of the organism in which the mutation takes place.
The appropriate unit for defining and measuring genetic variation is the:
Which of the following populations is most likely to be close to Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
a population of 1 million fruit flies living in a habitat with little environmental fluctuation that has no other populations of fruit flies nearby
Gene flow means most nearly the same as:
movement of individuals between populations.
Sign up for free and study better.
Get started today!