How to Calculate Allele Frequency?

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You can calculate allele frequency by using the Hardy-Weinberg model. This model states that the frequency of one allele plus the frequency of the other allele is equal to 1. To find the frequency of an allele you need to subtract the other allele's frequency from 1.
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1. Determine how many alleles are present in the population for a given gene. If you're conducting your own experiment, you'll need to take a sample of the population and identify
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You can calculate Allelic frequency by using a formula postulated by Herdy-weinberg. (p+q)2 = p2+2pq+q2.
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If 170 are Rh- then 170/400 or 0.4254 had the phenotype dd. Therefore, the frequency of d is sqrt 0.425 = 0.6519. The frequency if D is 1 - 0.6519 = 0.3481. The frequency of DD =
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Allele, or gene, frequency measures how common an allele is in a
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1. Determine how many alleles are present in the population for a given gene. If you're conducting your own experiment, you'll need to take a sample of the population ...
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