The Hardy-Weinberg principle is useful because:
a. it explains the existence of variation in populations
b. it proves that Mendel was correct for populations
c. it describes most populations
d. it explains the existence of a large number of species
e. it identifies those factors that can change allele or genotype frequencies
The correct answer is provided.
Hardy Weinberg principle.
The Hardy Weinberg principle of genetic equilibrium tells us what to expect when a sexually reproducing population is:
a. at genetic equilibirium