• anonymous
Which of the following would cause allele frequencies in a population to evolve? I believe it's the population size compared to the other options. Here's the other options just in case: The population became isolated from other populations. The population no longer has genetic mutations. The population now lacks any sexual selection. The population size is now not large enough.
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  • blues
Thanks for posting your hunch as well, but I'd go with population isolation. The population size doesn't have any effect on the allele frequency, but isolating a some members of a population (essentially separating the group into two groups) will result in genetic differences between them accumulating over time. Cheers,
  • anonymous
I wasn't sure since the question was based off of the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium

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