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Weegy: 2.15 * 1,000 = 2,150



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Weegy: An allele is one of two or more forms of a gene or a genetic locus (generally a group of genes)
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Allele frequency, or gene frequency, is the proportion of a particular allele (variant of a gene) among all allele copies being considered.

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