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Ch.1 Introduction to Genetics
Ch.2 Mendel's Laws of Inheritance
Ch.3 Extensions to Mendelian Inheritance
Ch.4 Genetic Mapping and Linkage
Ch.5 Genetics of Bacteria and Viruses
Ch.6 Chromosomal Variation
Ch.7 DNA and Chromosome Structure
Ch.8 DNA Replication
Ch.9 Mitosis and Meiosis
Ch.10 Transcription
Ch.11 Translation
Ch.12 Gene Regulation in Prokaryotes
Ch.13 Gene Regulation in Eukaryotes
Ch.14 Genetic Control of Development
Ch.15 Genomes and Genomics
Ch.16 Transposable Elements
Ch.17 Mutation, Repair, and Recombination
Ch.18 Molecular Genetic Tools
Ch.19 Cancer Genetics
Ch.20 Quantitative Genetics
Ch.21 Population Genetics
Ch.22 Evolutionary Genetics
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Hardy Weinberg
Allelic Frequency Changes

Concept #1: Hardy Weinberg

Practice: Which of the following is NOT an assumption made when using the Hardy-Weinberg formula?

Practice: Which of the following formulas can be used to calculate heterozygote frequency in a population?

Practice: In a random mating population of Drosophila, 5% of the flies have black bodies (encoded by recessive b) and 95% have brown bodies (encoded by B). Assuming Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium what is the allele frequency of B in the population?

Practice: In a random mating population of Drosophila, 5% of the flies have black bodies (encoded by recessive b) and 95% have brown bodies (encoded by B). Assuming Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium what is the genotypic frequency of BB in the population?