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Which of the following is a condition that must be met for a population or an allele to be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? A The population in question must be small B Organisms must be free to migrate into or out of the population C New mutations must be introduced to the gene pool at a consistent and unfluctuating rate D Organisms in the population must express no mating preferences

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The answer is D) Organisms in the population must express no mating preferences. Some of the conditions that must be met for a population or an allele to be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium are: 1. The population must be very large - so A) could not be the right answer. 2. There must be no migration and population must be isolated - so B) could not be the right answer. 3. There must be no mutations - so C) could not be the right answer. 4. There must be random mating, which means there are no mating preferences - so, D) is the right answer.

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