Q1. A population has a allele frequency of 0.7 for normal hemoglobin allele (HB positive) and 0.3 for the sickle cell anemia allele (HB negative) 50 individual are born with the following genotype, 24 HB positive, HB positive, 12 HB positive, HB negative, and 14 with HB negative HB negative, if 30 percent die with HB positive, HB positive, 10 percent die with HB positive HB negative, and 100 percent die with HB negative HB negative.
What is the frequency of each allele, dominant and recessive (P & Q) for the next generation.
Q2. If we ignore the possibility of crossing over, how many different combinations of chromosomes are probable in gametes of a single human?