anonymous
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A population that meets the Hardy-Weinberg requirements for equilibrium will experience A. sexual selection. B. small population size. C. migration in or out. D. random mating.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.weegy.com/home.aspx?ConversationId=5E65C1AD
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer is not there, i just came from there ._.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi Tributized - The correct answer is a small population size. One of the defining characteristics of the Hardy-Weinberg principle is a limited population size.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Atam , why u say it is small population size
anonymous
  • anonymous
in a hardy weinberd principle, the population need to be big!!! plz show u why u think the population is small
anonymous
  • anonymous
The correct answer is random mating, that means each allele has a equal chance to mate with another allele The rest of the options give u variations in alleles frequencies!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I can give you a more detail explanation if u need to that's why you always need to ask "why" for the answer given If it is wrong, it might actually screw u over
anonymous
  • anonymous
._. good thing i didn't turn it in yet. i thought it was right because i just read something about population.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're right CMKC 109! I mis-read the question! A small population size would be a huge problem because the population has to be large enough to minimize random sampling errors. Please have my medal back :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's alright xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
no problem , it's good to try to answer questions :) and good that u know the right answer now :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
do u mind answering two more questions?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure if i know the answer :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
but better if u open a new post
anonymous
  • anonymous
Gee, I'm not sure I should answer any more! Maybe I need a nap!
anonymous
  • anonymous
haha
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why do new species evolve more rapidly after a mass extinction? Few organisms survive, which allows the remaining organisms to reproduce rapidly. Mutations increase during mass extinctions, which then increase the rate of evolution. Ecological niches become available for organisms to evolve into by adaptive radiation. There is a lot more food available, so the remaining organisms are able to flourish.
anonymous
  • anonymous
other one is Species of anteaters in Australia, Africa, and South America are not closely related. However, they share similar characteristics that they use to eat ants and termites, including a long sticky tongue, large salivary glands, and a rugged stomach. This is an example of punctuated equilibrium because one species evolved into several related species over a short period of time. convergent evolution because different species developed similar adaptations to similar environments. adaptive radiation because one species evolved into several different forms that occupy different niches. coevolution because the evolving anteaters evolved together to interact with the changing environment.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Few organisms survive, which allows the remaining organisms to reproduce rapidly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm u sure it's not ecological niches?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, extinction involves competition between 2 species (can be more than 2) so extinction is usually when 1 species is driven out, then the rest with a better traits will reproduce quickly
anonymous
  • anonymous
but i'm not strongest in evolution, still learning it , so it will be better if u can post up as a new question so more people can help u
anonymous
  • anonymous
well ok thanks for answering :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the 2nd one, i believe is convergent evolution same trait but not related
anonymous
  • anonymous
they live in similar environment which causes them to evolve in similar traits, even if they are not related
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup you're right
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup

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