Fruit Fly Population Genetic

| July 16, 2016

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answer the following question

 

Microevolution

-Defined as a change in allele frequencies of a population from one generation to the next

-Anything that causes allele frequencies to change is an agent of evolution

-The Hardy-Weinberg equation predicts allele frequencies of a population if ALL alleles had an equally likely chance of making it into the next generation

The Fruit Flies

-Our flies possess two possible alleles for eye color (“R” for red, and “r” for sepia)

-There three possible genotypes for eye color…

-We began our experiment with all heterozygous flies (“Rr”) – these were our F1 generation (what is their phenotype?)

-What are our starting p and q values?

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