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A population that meets the Hardy-Weinberg requirements for equilibrium will experience. . A. sexual selection.. . B. small population size.. . C. migration in or out.. . D. random mating.

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Megan Page on May 1, 2018

If the Hardy–Weinberg Equilibrium is achieved then no evolution occurs.To achieve the equilibrium five conditions must be met:the Population must be very large.The population must be isolated from other populations (no immigration or emigration).Not mutationsRandom matingNo natural selection (i.e. every individual has the same probability of survival


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