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hardy weinberg equilibrium

Hardy Weinberg Problem Set 11) Calculating expected from allele frequencies: ASU at the west campus Spring 2019 genotypic frequencies and individuals in a population na population of peas, the frequency of the dominant allele for a purple fower and the frequency of the recessive allele for a white flower is 0.23. 0.77 genotypic frequencies be if the population is in equilibrium? What would the -Frequency of homozygous dominant individuals Frequency of heterozygous individuals Frequency of homozygous recessive individuals of 400 peas? How many individuals would you expect of each genotype in a population = Number of homozygous dominant individuals Number of heterozygous individuals Number of homozygous recessive individuals 3.2 In mice, a mahogany coat color allele is dominant over the tan coat color allele. Ina population of mice, the frequency of the allele for mahogany coat color is 0.49 and the frequency of the allele for tan coat color is 0.51. What would the genotypic frequencies be if the population is in equilibrium? Frequency of homozygous dominant individuals - Frequency of heterozygous individuals Frequency of homozygous recessive individuals How many individuals would you expect of each genotype in a population of 120 mice? Number of homozygous dominant individuals Number of heterozygous individuals - Number of homozygous recessive individuals
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