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Lecture 5

BIOL 3600 Lecture 5: 2 Feb 2017

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find more resources at 2 February 2017  Misconception prompt o Abiotic randomness  tornado, etc o Ra▯do▯ ▯ha▯▯e ▯y itself does▯’t ▯ha▯ge allele f▯e▯ue▯▯ies ▯y itself  however, sample size is very important  Video o Antibiotic susceptible E. coli in petri dish o Evolution in action o Mutations on branches  Population genetics: the new synthesis o Modern synthesis: taking ideas of genetics and blending them with ideas from evolution o 1859: mendel publishes origin o Mendel thought inheritance was this kinda blending thing  but in this way, you LOSE VARIATION. Everything becomes the intermediate, and variation is lost o Me▯del’s wo▯k was o▯s▯u▯e o Fisher: smooth // Wright: rugged  Population genetics: the null model o Hardy-weinberg equilibrium model o MUST KNOW HOW TO DO!!! o p, q = allele frequency (how many times does A/B appear in population?) o p^2, 2pq, q^2 = genotype frequencies (how many times does each genotype appear in the population?) find more resources at find more reso
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