IN 1908, G.H. Hardy, a British mathematician, and W. Weinberg, a German physician, independently discovered a rule that relates allelic and genotypic frequencies in a population of diploid, sexually reproducing individuals if that population has random mating, large size, no mutation or migration, and no selection Consider the following aspects A. The allelic frequencies at an autosomal locus in population will not change from one generation to the next (allelicfrequency equilibrium) B. The genotypic frequencies of the population are determined in a predictable way by the allelic frequencies (genotypic-frequency equilibrium) C. The equilibrium is neutral. That is, if it is perturbed, it will be reestablished within one generation of random mating at the new allelic frequencies (if all the other requirements are maintained) D. If the population is allele and genotype frequency equilibrium there would be phyletic evolution which gradual and slow Which of the following statement are correct in relation to Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
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