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# A certain large population is found to exhibit a frequency of3% for an autosomal recessive trait, i.e. 3 people out of100, on average, have the trait. Assume 100%p...

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###### A certain large population is found to exhibit a frequency of3% for an autosomal recessive trait, i.e. 3 people out of100, on average, have the trait. Assume 100%penetrance and that the alleles are in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.Calculate the expected carrierfrequency. Show your work.When actually tested, it was found that the carrier frequencywas 15%. Suggest one possible explanation for thisnon-equilibrium value.Justify your answer

A certain large population is found to exhibit a frequency of 3% for an autosomal recessive trait, i.e. 3 people out of 100, on average, have the trait. Assume 100% penetrance and that the alleles are in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. Calculate the expected carrier frequency. Show your work. When actually tested, it was found that the carrier frequency was 15%. Suggest one possible explanation for this non-equilibrium value. Justify your answer

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