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# Quick LabGuided InquiryModeling Genetic Drift Choose 10 candies at random from a bag of colored candies The 10 candies represent a small population of species Mix u...

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###### Quick LabGuided InquiryModeling Genetic Drift Choose 10 candies at random from a bag of colored candies The 10 candies represent a small population of species Mix up the candies and then arrange them in a single row. Record the number of candies of each color. Model the growth of the population For each of the 5 candies on the left side of the rOw, add another candy of the same color. Repeat steps 2 and 3 two more times Now remove 20 candies at random, leaving only 5 candies Then again repeat st

Quick Lab Guided Inquiry Modeling Genetic Drift Choose 10 candies at random from a bag of colored candies The 10 candies represent a small population of species Mix up the candies and then arrange them in a single row. Record the number of candies of each color. Model the growth of the population For each of the 5 candies on the left side of the rOw, add another candy of the same color. Repeat steps 2 and 3 two more times Now remove 20 candies at random, leaving only 5 candies Then again repeat steps 2 and 3 two more imes_ Analyze and Interpret Data Reason Quantitatively How did the distribution of colors change during the procedure? Use Models How does the model represent the evolution and change in allele frequency of the population?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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