OpenStudy (leahhhmorgannn):

An isolated population of island rabbits is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium until a storm floods the island, drowning many of the rabbits. After some time, the allele frequencies in the population start to evolve. Which of the following conditions may be the cause of this departure from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? The population no longer has genetic mutations. The population now lacks any sexual selection. The population size is now not large enough. The population became isolated from other populations.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (leahhhmorgannn):

@JackofallTradez

2 years ago
OpenStudy (jackofalltradez):

Do you have any ideas? If not, I can explain

2 years ago
OpenStudy (leahhhmorgannn):

I was thinking C, but I'm not sure.

2 years ago
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