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Homework Help: Biology

Posted by Josh on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 11:37pm.

You are studying a large population of claims of which 396 are pink (t) and 557 are Tan (T). Tan clams are completely dominant over pink clams. Calculate the following:
1. The frequencies of each allele.

2. The expected genotypic frequencies.

3. The number of heterozygous clams that you would predict to be in this population.

4. The expected phenotypic frequencies.

5. Assume that conditions were just right and over the course of the season, 1245 new baby clams were born. If you assume that all of the Hardy-Weinberg conditions are met (no evoution is or has occurred), how many of these baby clams would you expect to be pink and how would you many would you expect to be tan?

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