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Problem: In the Hardy-Weinberg equation, p + q = 1, p and q represent the frequency of alleles in a population of diploid organisms if: a.  Two or more alleles exist for that geneb.  Two or more genes are needed to express a traitc.  Only two alleles exist for that gened.  The trait is polygenice.  Only one allele exists for that gene

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In the Hardy-Weinberg equation, p + q = 1, p and q represent the frequency of alleles in a population of diploid organisms if: 

a.  Two or more alleles exist for that gene

b.  Two or more genes are needed to express a trait

c.  Only two alleles exist for that gene

d.  The trait is polygenic

e.  Only one allele exists for that gene

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