Molecular Genetics. By- Jahin Akhand Red = Important. Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.
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By- Jahin Akhand
Red = Important
Genetic Basis of Evolution by Natural Selection
Genetic Basis of Evolution by Natural Selection (Continued)
The Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
*Allele- is an alternative form of a gene that is located at a specific position on a specific chromosome or like the trait blue eyes.
The Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium (Cont.)
Example: Bb and bb
The allele frequency for B would be 25%
The allele frequency for b would be 75%
p= the allele frequency of the first allele like B
q= the allele frequency of the second allele like b
So, 25%+75%=1 or 100%
The Modern Synthesis