Biology

In Wisconsin, a very large population of lake trout, in which individuals mate at random, experiences no migration, mutations, nor selective pressure for a number of years. Which of these is most likely to occur in the population? The Answers To Choose From >
~The frequency of dominant alleles will slowly increase.
~The gene pool of the population will remain relatively constant.
~The genetic variability of the population will slowly decrease.
~The frequency of dominant and recessive alleles will equalize.


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Cesarivan022

2 years ago Comment

The option that is most likely to occur in the population is that the gene pool of the population will remain relatively constant if in Wisconsin, a very large population of lake trout, in which individuals mate at random, experiences no migration, mutations, nor selective pressure for a number of years.