Test: SAT II Biology E


A population of dingos finds a new habitat to exploit due to the disappearance of one of their natural predators. They reproduce sexually and at random. Their population is supplemented by dingos from other packs entering their pack. They are able to hunt multiple species and have plenty of food. They are healthy and free of diseases. How do we know the assumptions for the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium have been violated?

Other dingos are migrating to the population

This organism is not diploid 

They are free of disease

Sexual reproduction is not occurring 

The population size is not infinitely large

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