Chapter 3 notes
What are the aaplications for the chi-test?
It gives the probability of observing a deviation from the excpected results at least as largeon
the basis of chance if the hypothesis is correct
P>0.05 only means that the results are compatible with the hypothesis not that the hypothesis is
All assumptions of the hypothesis must be rejected if the results are <0.05 e.g. alleles show
equal segregation at meiosis, the different genotype progeny are of equal viability
Actual numbers instead of proportions are used. So the greater the sample size the more
reliable the test.
How are purepreds obtained? What are their advantges?
Through many generat