What is an allele frequency determined by? The proportion of a genotype (i.e., AB) in a population The survival rates of individuals in a po

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What is an allele frequency determined by? The proportion of a genotype (i.e., AB) in a population The survival rates of individuals in a population Food availability in the environment Reproductive success of individuals

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Melody 3 months 2022-02-21T21:46:45+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    The proportion of a genotype (i.e., AB) in a population.

    Explanation:

    • Every trait is controlled by some alleles and their combinations. Allele frequency determines the frequency of occurrence of a particular allele in a population.
    • It can be determined by genotype frequency or proportion of a particular genotype in a population. As a genotype is a result of various alleles coming together, its frequency can help us to calculate the allele frequency.
    • For example, in a population with two alleles A and B, A allele can either occur as AA or as AB. To calculate the frequency of A we will have to calculate the genotype frequencies of AA and AB.  

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