What are the five conditions of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
1- __ by altering alleles or (in large scale changes) deleting or duplicaitng entire genes, these modify the gene pool
2- __ if individuals mate preferentially within a subset of the population, such as their close relatives (inbreeding), random mixing of gametes does not occur, and genotype frequencies change.
3- __ differences in hthe survival and reproductive success of individuals carrying diffferent genotypes can alter allele frequencines
4- __ the smaller the pop, the more likely it is that allele frequencies will fluctuate by chance from one generation to the next (genetic drift)
5- __ by moving alleles into or out of populations, gene flow can alter allele frequencies
- 1. no mutations
- 2. random mating
- 3. no natural selection
- 4. extremely large population size
- 5. no gene flow