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29 March, 06:09

A biologist measures the allele frequencies of pea plants in a very controlled

environment. The plants can either have a dominant tall allele (7) or a

recessive short allele (t). Which of the following would be a reason that this

population is not at Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?

O A. The pea flowers are pollinated at random.

O B. Both alleles ensure equal survival.

C. One plant pollinates more flowers than the others.

O D. There are no mutations in the alleles for height.

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  1. 29 March, 06:17
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    D

    Explanation : the last option
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