Determine the indirect response to selection for trait 2 as a result of direct selection for trait 1 given the following information.
Accuracy of selection for trait 1 for both males and females = 0.5
Intensity of selection for both males and females = 1.0
Generation interval for both males and females = 2
Genetic standard deviation for trait 2 = 2.0
Genetic correlation between traits 1 and 2 = 0.5
Determine the indirect response to selection for trait 2 as a result of direct selection for trai...
5. Fur colour in mice is a single gene trait controled by two alleles. In a population of 75 mice, 21 are homozygous dominant, 37 are heterozygous dominant, and 17 are homozygous recessive. What is the frequency of the dominant allele in the population? Show all work and record your answer as a value between O and 1 rounded to two decimal places 6. The Hardy-Weinberg principle states that allele and genotype frequencies remain constant from one generation to the...
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