Biology (11th Edition)

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Chapter 54 - Behavioral Biology - Figure 54.3 - Inquiry Question: 1

Answer

Random mating, since the alleles for fast and slow learning would still be in the population, would return the distribution, eventually, to look like that in the parental generation.

Work Step by Step

This is true because the rats were only separated into two populations--none was removed from the population, changing allelic frequencies.
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