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 place the following eras in chronological order from oldest to most recent: mesozoic, cenozoic, and paleozoic paleozoic, mesozoic, cenozoic. what are the two equations associated with the Hardy Weinberg Law? p+q=1(only 2 alleles) p^2+2pq+q^2=1 in the equation p^2+ 2pq+ q^2= 1 which is the frequency of the homozygous dominant genotype? p^2 in the equation p^2+ 2pq+ q^2= 1 what is the frequency of the heterozygous genotype? 2pq in the equation p^2+ 2pq+ q^2= 1 what is the frequency of the recessive genotype? q^2 in the equation p + q= 1 which is the frequency of the dominant allele? p in the equation p + q= 1 which is the frequency of the recessive allele? q **given data from a chi table** how can you determine if a population is evolving or not evolving? if there are changes in the allelic frequencies (percentages) then evolution is ocurring name 5 events that show evolution taking place in a population mutations, nonrandom mating, gentic drift, gene flow, and natural selection (ask about nonrandom mating) name 5 specifics that show no evolution taking place no mutations, random mating, no genetic drift, no gene flow, and no natural selection