Selection Coefficient (s): relative strength of selection acting against a genotype
In a sample population of chickens, genotype BB has a relative fitness of 1.0. Genotype Bb has a selection coefficient of 0.3, and genotype bb has a selection coefficient of 0.4.
What is the relative fitness of genotype Bb? What is the relative fitness of genotype bb? (Enter your answer as two decimals)
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