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In single-gene traits, natural selection can lead to which of the following? A. Disruptive selection B. Allele frequency change C. Founder effect D. Directional selection
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User: In single-gene traits, natural selection can lead to which of the following? A. Disruptive selection B. Allele frequency change C. Founder effect D. Directional selection

Weegy: In single-gene traits, natural selection can lead to: Allele frequency change.
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User: According to the Hardy-Weinberg principle, which of the following is most likely to disrupt genetic equilibrium? A. Large population size B. Lack of movement C. Nonrandom mating D. Lack of genetic variation

Weegy: According to the Hardy-Weinberg principle: Nonrandom mating is most likely to disrupt genetic equilibrium.
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User: All of the following contributed to speciation in Darwin's finches except A. behavioral isolation. B. geographic isolation. C. changes in gene pools. D. lack of competition.

Weegy: All of the following contributed to speciation in Darwin's finches except lack of competition.
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User: Suppose a population is carrying a condition controlled by two alleles: R (dominant) and r (recessive). If the frequency of the r allele is 15%, and the frequency of the R allele is 85%, what will be the frequency of the RR genotype, assuming evolution is not occurring? A. 25.5 percent B. 72.25 percent C. 12.75 percent D. 2.25 percent

Weegy: Suppose a population is carrying a condition controlled by two alleles: R (dominant) and r (recessive). [ If the frequency of the r allele is 15%, and the frequency of the R allele is 85%, the frequency of the RR genotype, assuming evolution is not occurring will be 72.25 percent. solution: R^2+2Rr+r^2 = 1; R = 0.85; R^2= 0.85*0.85 = 0.7225. ]
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