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equilibrium population


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A population in which the allelic frequencies of its gene pool do not change through successive generations. An equilibrium can be established by counteracting evolutionary forces (e.g., a balance between selection and mutation pressures) or by the absence of evolutionary forces. See Hardy-Weinberg law.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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