Why is the Hardy-Weinberg equation important?
Hardy Weinberg law gives the idea when there is no evolution or we can say that population remains in equilibrium.
P + Q = 1
the equation also describes about the allelic frequecies.
The equation is a model used to determine the allele and genotype amounts in a population.
The theory states that if a population meet certain criteria, evolution will not occur. These includes:
- No mutation
- No migration
- Large Population
- Random mating
- No natural selection