In the panmictic population of the county town N, 93,000 children were born in ten years, of which 350 had a pathological

In the panmictic population of the county town N, 93,000 children were born in ten years, of which 350 had a pathological recessive trait j. Define:
a) the frequencies of the dominant and recessive alleles of this gene;
b) the frequency of occurrence in a given population of heterozygous carriers of the recessive allele; c) the genetic structure of this population.

a) p = 0.94; 4 = 0.06;
b) the frequency of occurrence in the population of heterozygous carriers of the recessive allele 0.1128;
c) 0.8836 (AA) + 0.1128 (Aa) + 0’0036 (aa).

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