Hardy-Weinberg Principle

Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection requires heritable variation for selection to work on. In Darwin's time, thinking about heritability centered on the idea of “blending inheritance”—the hypothesis that the offspring receive some average mix of the parental ...

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