BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

Which statement about haploid organisms is true? A) They must be heterozygous for all genes.
B) They must be homozygous for all genes.
C) They have excess alleles for certain genes.
D) They are missing a certain number of genes.
E) They can have only one allele for any particular gene.

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Answer 1
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Answer:

C) They have excess alleles for certain genes.

Explanation:


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Answer:

The correct option is C) How does allele frequency change between generations?

Explanation:

Hardy and Weinberg brought forward the Hardy- Weinberg theorem or principle to explain that the allele frequencies in a population change due to certain evolutionary events. If these events do not take place, then the allele frequencies of a population will remain the same. Their theorem explains how evolutionary conditions such as mutations, genetic drift, natural selection cause the allele frequency to change in generations of a population.  Hence, option C is correct.

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