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Chapter 16.1

Chapter 16.1 vocab

population genetics the study of the frequency and interaction of alleles and genes in populations
microevolution a change in the collective genetic material of a population
bell curve a symmetrical frequency curve
gene pool all of the genes of the reproductively active members of a population
allele frequency the proportion of gene copies in a population that are a given allele, expressed as a percentage
phenotype frequency is equal to the number of individuals with a particular phenotype divided by the total number of individuals in the population.
Hardy-Weinberg genetic equilibrium it is based on a set of assumptions on an ideal hypothetical population that is not evolving
Created by: CoffeyM20