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1 . Why do you think we used to imagine that humans would not experience natural selection ? 2. Pick out and describe all the examples of recent evolution in humans 3. Estimates for the proportion of genes under natural selection ranges from_______to __________.

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1. Why do you think we used to imagine that humans would not experience natural selection?

2. Pick out and describe all the examples of recent evolution in humans

3. Estimates for the proportion of genes under natural selection ranges from_______to __________.

4. People from what parts of the earth show few signs of selection.

5. Describe the skin color example.

6. Africans show the highest levels of “neutral” or “background” variation while Europeans and East Asians seem to show more genes under recent selection as well as background variation overall. Why might both these patterns exist?

7. Do you understand the difference between hard and soft sweeps?