Genetics Week 16
Genetics Week 16 BIOL/PBIO 3333
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May 2, 2016 XIV. Genes in Populations A. Gene Pool B. Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium C. Exceptions to Assumptions 1. Non-random mating 2. Drift and inbreeding 3. Mutation 4. Migration 5. Selection XV. Quantitative Inheritance A. Variance Components B. Polygenes C. Heritability (h^2) D. Threshold Characters Selection for or against a speciﬁc genotype Type A: Absolute ﬁtness = 2/3 x 5 gametes = 10/3 Type B: Absolute ﬁtness = 1/2 x 4 = 4/2 relative ﬁtness is the genetic contribution that one genotype makes to the next generation, relative to that of other genotypes it is generally symbolized as w In this case, the ﬁtness of Type B relative to Type A = 2 divided by 10/3 Stabilizing selection does not change average trait expression reduces phenotypic variance Directional selection changes average trait expression has only temporary effects on the variance in expression Disruptive or D
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