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What is the frequency of the recessive allele

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1. In a small population of snapdragons experiencing incomplete dominance, 30% express the homozygous dominant phenotype of red flowers, 50% have the heterozygous phenotype of pink flowers and 20% have the homozygous recessive phenotype of white flowers. a) what is the frequency of the dominant allele?;1(a). What is the frequency of the recessive allele?;2. In a neighboring population, it has been determined that the frequency of the red flowers is 64%. What would be the frequency of pink flowers in this new patch?;3. After a few generations of snapdragon reproduction, you observed 150 red flowers, 25 pink flowers and 75 white flowers. What would be the expected frequency of the recessive allele?;4. In a population, 428 of 1500 individuals are homozygous recessive. a) what would be the frequency of the recessive allele?;5. continued) b) what is the frequency of the dominant allele?;c) what is the frequency of the homozygous dominant individuals?;d) What is the frequency of heterozygotes?;e) If the dominant allele was completely dominant over the recessive allele, what proportion of the population would be phenotypically dominant?;11. Assume brown fur is dominant to blonde fur and these are the only possible phenotypes, in a population of mice where 332 are blonde and 826 are brown. Solve for the frequency of the dominant allele.;b) what is the frequency of the recessive allele?;13. How many brown mice would you expect to be homozygous? (Note: you can round to the nearest whole number);14. How many mice would you expect to be heterzygous? (Note: you can round to the nearest whole number);All basic hardy weinburg problems. Need decimal numbers not percentages please! Thanks!;Attachments Preview;Screen Shot 2014-02-27 at 4.07.16 PM.png Download Attachment;Screen Shot 2014-02-27 at 4.07.26 PM.png Download Attachment

 

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