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SCI 115 EVOLUTION LAB ASSESSMENT

SCI 115 EVOLUTION LAB ASSESSMENT

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Under Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, are recessive phenotypes eventuallyeliminated?
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Question 2
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Under Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, if the frequency of A equals 0.9, then thefrequency of a equals:
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Question 3
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During the genetic drift simulations, which population size should have exhibited the greatest amount of variation in allele frequency?
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Question 4
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Strong selection against the dominant phenotype
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Question 5
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Selection favoring the phenotype for the heterozygote
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Question 6
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Gene flow
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Question 7
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 In regards to the guppy study in natural ponds, for which ponds did male guppies have the highest mean number of spots?
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Question 8
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 In regards to the guppy study in natural ponds, for which ponds did male guppies have the widest range of variation in the number of spots?
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Question 9
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 When cichlids were present, what was the main selection factor affecting theaverage number of spots on male guppies?
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Question 10
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 Can you explain any differences in average spot number associated with thedifferent type of predators?


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