[24] Is This Population(The Information In The Screenshot) Consistent With The Expectations Of The Hardyweinberg

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Procedure II – Part C – Bug Population changes when there is
not a rim-color breeding preference for bugs (genetic drift)
Data Table – Enter your Final Bug Counts
BB Bug
Bb Bug
bb Bug
Count
Count
Count
9
9
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Percentage Tables – Enter the Final Bug percentages
Tip: Bug Type Percentage = 100% x (Bug Type Count) / (Total Number of Bugs)
BB Bug
Bb Bug
bb Bug
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
45%
45%
1%
Tip: Blue Rimmed Baby Bug Percentage = BB Bug Percent + Bb Bug Percent
Blue Rimmed Bug
Yellow Rimmed Bug
Percentage
Percentage
90%
10%
Observations and Questions
[23] Describe the bug population change results during this data run in terms of genotypes and
phenotypes.
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