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Name one thing that would increase the carrying capacity of the moth ecosystem.
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A moth has two alleles for spots. it can have brown or white spots. The white spot allele frquency is 0.53. What is the brown spot allele frequency ?
Weegy: They always add up to 1 so 1-.53 = .47. [sure]Please click Good.Thanks.[smile] User: a moth population is at Hardy - Weinberg Equilirium. What can you conclude about how the allele frquency of the population changes over time ? (More)
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a moth population is at Hardy - Weinberg Equilirium. What can you conclude about how the allele frquency of the population changes over time ?
Weegy: Organisms reproduce sexually. Mating is random. Population size is very large. Migration in or out is negligible. Mutation does not occur. Natural selection does not act on the alleles under consideration. Read more: [ ] (More)
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Climate change raises the average temperture of an ecosystem that has a large population of moths. The moths in this ecsystem have a very high genetic diversity. How does the genetic diversity of the moths help their population survive the climate change?
Weegy: The more diverse the genetic population the more each individual species can breed in a specific ecosystem, as long as the species is compatible with that ecosystem. (More)
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