In the real world, are populations likely to be…

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  1. SakuraSiri

    SakuraSiri New Member

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    In the real world, are populations likely to be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
     
  2. Katya

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    The short answer is no. The Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium applies to theoretical gene pools, which are devoid of other real-word variables such as gene mutation and mate choice.
     

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