UCLA Genotype at Various Genomic Locations & Phenotype for Quantitative Traits Ques

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Answer: A and B



Quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping is used to infer the relationship between the
genotype at various genomic locations and phenotype for a set of quantitative traits.
The number of alleles at a given locus can be found after, but QTL is more concerned
with the location(s) of these alleles rather than their variety.

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Answer: LESS REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION AMONG POPULATIONS THAT SHARE
SIMILAR HABITATS
If ecological speciation did occur, there would be less reproductive isolation among populations
that share similar habitats compared to those that have been isolated ecologically.



Allopatric: occurring in separate places that do not overlap
Ecological Speciation: speciation that arises from ecological factors, such as having
different habitats.
• Reproductive Isolation: the inability of related species to breed successfully
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Answer: LOCI WITH ALLELES UNIQUE TO EACH POPLUATION
If there are loci that have alleles that are not in the other population, this shows that there has
been little to no gene flow since these alleles arose in the population.




The first option can be eliminated because gene...


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