1. Consider a human population that is similar to the ideal Hardy-Weinberg population in that it is very large and generally random-mating. Although mutations occur, they alone do not lead to great changes in allele frequencies. The following data describe relative numbers of individuals bearing the two alleles of the MN blood group:MM MN NN Total
Individuals 1787 3037 1305 6129
a. What are the allele frequencies of M and N?
b. Do these data suggest that some factor is disrupting the Hardy-Weinbergproportions of the three genotypes? Explain. If so what might it be?