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List the five conditions that can disturb genetic equilibrium in a
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I think Infinite population size, no mutation, no selection against a certain homozygous gene, random mating, no immigration/emigration Mutations. can someone let me know if this is right or not? if not can someone tell me what the right answer is?

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    someone plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz help me!

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    your correct .

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    For those looking for answers, this is incorrect because she is listing the 5 conditions that don't disturb it, the correct answer is non-random mating, small population size, immigration or emigration, mutations, and natural selection. Have a nice day!

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    Who do I believe?

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