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Genetic Equilibrium

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Genetic Equilibrium
Contents
Population Genetics
Bell Curve
What Causes the Traits Vary?
Two Patterns of Expressing Varied Traits
Examples of Variation in Traits
Causes for the Variations in Genotype
Causes of Variation
What is Gene Pool?
Allele Frequency
An Example of Predicting Phenotype
The Prediction of Phenotype Frequency
Hardy-Weinberg Genetic Equilibrium
Conditions for Hardy-Weinberg Genetic Equilibrium
Hardy-Weinberg Genetic Equilibrium and Evolution
Specific Factors that Disrupts Genetic Equilibrium
Mutation Viewed from the Point of Genetic Equilibrium
Gene Flow
The Example of Gene Flow : Troops
Genetic Drift
The Size of the Population and the Likelihood for the Occurrence of Genetic Drift
What Causes Nonrandom Mating?
Sexual Selection
Examples of Sexual Selection

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*Population Genetics
The study of evolution from a genetic point of view
Composed of numerous individuals of a certain species interbreeding routinely.
The smallest unit of the evolution
Microevolution : a change in the collective genetic material in population
Equals to the change in the collective group of a variety of alleles in which each individuals contain

*Bell Curve
Observable traits of individuals also varies within the same population
May be drawn as a graph statistically
Bell Curve : the bell-like shape of a graph which represents the frequency of a certain observable traits within the population
x-axis : the variation of the trait
y-axis : the frequency of the number of individuals showing the trait
In fact, it is of normal distribution
The most of the individuals show the average trait
The most representative variation for numerous quantitative traits
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