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Question: Consider a population of the jumping spider Marpissa muscosa. It is polymorphic for a 5 base-pair…


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Consider a population of the jumping spider Marpissa muscosa. It is polymorphic for a 5 base-pair microsatellite. Alleles with 7 and 4 copies are denoted by and -, respectively We found the following genotype counts in a sample of 47 individuals Genotype Count QUESTION 1 15 6 What would be expected number of ++ homozygotes if the population was in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and had the same allele frequencies as the actual sample? 14 16 O 18 20 24 26 28 30

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Consider a population of the jumping spider Marpissa muscosa. It is polymorphic for a 5 base-pair microsatellite. Alleles with 7 and 4 copies are denoted by and -, respectively We found the following genotype counts in a sample of 47 individuals Genotype Count QUESTION 1 15 6 What would be expected number of ++ homozygotes if the population was in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and had the same allele frequencies as the actual sample? 14 16 O 18 20 24 26 28 30

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