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Natural Selection:Hardy-Weinberg Hands-On Labs, Inc. Version 42-0100-00-01

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Question;Natural Selection:Hardy-Weinberg;Hands-On Labs, Inc.;Version 42-0100-00-01;Lab Report;Assistant;Thisdocumentisnotmeanttobeasubstitute foraformallaboratoryreport.TheLabReport Assistantissimplyasummaryoftheexperiment?squestions,diagramsifneeded,anddatatables;that;shouldbeaddressedinaformallabreport.;Theintentistofacilitatestudent?swriting;oflab reports by providing;this informationin an editable;filewhich can be sent to an instructor;Exercise 1: A Populationin Hardy-Weinberg;Equilibrium;Observations;Data Table 1: Twelve generationsof data for;the hypotheticalfox;population;Number of;Alleles;Frequency of;Alleles Frequency of Genotypes Number of Genotypes;Generation B b B b BB Bb bb BB Bb bb;Starting;(Parental) 50 50 0.50 0.50 0 1.00 0 0 50 0;Expected;for all;subsequent;generations;1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;Average;Graph your data below;Exercise 1: Questions;A. WereyourexpectedestimatesbasedontheHardy-Weinbergprinciple;similartothedata observed;in this exercise?;B. What;factors may;disturb a populationin;Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?;C. Do you;think the Hardy-Weinberg principle normally occurs in nature? Explain your answer.;Exercise 2: The Effect of Natural Selection on a;Population;Observations;Data;Table 2: Twelve generationsof data on a populationwith natural;selection.;# of;Alleles;Frequency of Alleles;Frequency of Genotypes;Number of;Genotypes;Did Not;Reproduce;Generation;B;b;B;b;BB;Bb;bb;BB;Bb;bb;Starting;(Parental);50;50;0.50;0.50;Expected;0.00;1.00;0.00;Expected;0;50;0;0;Actual;0.00;1.00;0.00;Actual;0;50;0;1;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;2;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;3;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;4;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;5;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;6;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;7;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;8;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;9;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;10;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;11;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;12;Expected;Expected;Actual;Actual;State your;Hypothesis;Graphyourdatabelow:Forthefirstgraph,labelthex-axiswiththenumber;ofgenerations and;the y-axis withfrequency of alleles.For;the secondgraph, labelthe x-axiswiththe numberofgenerationsandthey-axiswithfrequency;ofgenotypes.Includethegraphsin;yourlabreport.;Makesuretoclearly;differentiate;differentalleles;andgenotypesfrom each other on each graph.;Exercise 2: Questions;A. Was;your hypothesis supported in;this experiment? Explain your answer.;B. What;was the purpose of this exercise? Explain your answer.;C. How;was the graph created;in this Exercise differentfrom;the one you created in Exercise 1?

 

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