In order to meet the conditions of the Hardy-Weinberg predictions, a population must:
a. mutate very quickly
b. have a high rate of natural selection
c. have a large number of immigrants
d. have extensive mating rituals
e. be very large
The Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium, or genetic equilibrium, is essentially impossible in ...
In this solution I define the hardy-weinberg predictions in terms of mutation rates, natural selection, immigration rates, and population size.