Equilibrium Hardy-Weinberg

The Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium is a mathematical equation that describes the distribution of alleles in a population. In equilibrium, the frequency of each allele in the population is equal to the sum of the frequencies of the two alleles that are not in equilibrium. This equation is important for understanding how genetic variation is distributed in populations and for predicting how populations will change over time.

Common Homozygotes
Rare Homozygotes
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