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Assortative mating takes place when sexually reproducing organisms tend to mate with individuals that are like themselves in some respect or dissimilar . In evolution, these two types of assortative mating have the effect, respectively, of reducing and increasing the range of variation, or trait variance, when the assorting is cued on heritable traits....
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Random Mating. In a population at equlibrium, mating must be random. ... individuals than you would expect in a population where mating is random. ...
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What is random mating? Meaning of random mating medical term. What does random mating mean? ... random mating. Etymology: ME, randoun, run violently, gemate ...
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Developed by Baylor College of Medicine, BioEd Online provides up-to-date ... Non-random Mating ... This kind of non-random mating violates the assumptions of ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on random mating (genetics), Many species engage in alternatives to random mating as normal parts of their cycle of sexual ...
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Random,mating,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Non-random mating results in a deviation from the Hardy ...
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A summary of The Hardy-Weinberg Law in Population Genetics. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of ... Random Mating ... Non-random mating can give an advantage to ...
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Chapter 6. Mendelian Genetics in Populations II: Migration, Genetic Drift and Non-Random Mating ... If mating is random, F=0. If all reproduction is by self ...
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size of a random-mating population of dioecious organ ... behind the random-mating model is. are ... Random mating with singly mated females is not equiva ...
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Random mating means that alleles (as carried by the gametes -- eggs or sperm) ... Situations where the random mating assumption does not hold include: ...
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