Question: 2. In a population of peppered moths, 25% of the population shows the recessive phenotype of whit…


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2. In a population of peppered moths, 25% of the population shows the recessive phenotype of white. a) Given this information, what is the frequency of recessive alleles in the population (q)? b) What is the value of p? c) If this population had 1000 moths. How many moths would be Homozygous dominant? Heterozygous? Homozygous recessive? 3. A biologist nets 50 salmons from a farm pond, tags their fin, and releases them unharmed. A week later, he/she nets 40 from the pond, including 20 with tags. Based on mark-recapture method, estimate the number of salmons in the pond. 4. If you collect few leaves from Claflin campus, what type of organisms, you can expect to be associated with them, name atleast5. 5. Calculate the change in surface to volume ratio of cube when its size increased from 2 cm to 4cm

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2. In a population of peppered moths, 25% of the population shows the recessive phenotype of white. a) Given this information, what is the frequency of recessive alleles in the population (q)? b) What is the value of p? c) If this population had 1000 moths. How many moths would be Homozygous dominant? Heterozygous? Homozygous recessive? 3. A biologist nets 50 salmons from a farm pond, tags their fin, and releases them unharmed. A week later, he/she nets 40 from the pond, including 20 with tags. Based on mark-recapture method, estimate the number of salmons in the pond. 4. If you collect few leaves from Claflin campus, what type of organisms, you can expect to be associated with them, name atleast5. 5. Calculate the change in surface to volume ratio of cube when its size increased from 2 cm to 4cm

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