Which of the following is/are assumptions made under the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium principle? A. Mutations are introduced into the gene pool at a regular frequency. B. New alleles may be introduced to the population by migration. C. Gametes combine at random. D. The fittest individuals in a population are most likely to reproduce. E. Allele frequencies change at random from one generation to the next.

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Which of the following is/are assumptions made under the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium principle?

A. Mutations are introduced into the gene pool at a regular frequency.

B. New alleles may be introduced to the population by migration.

C. Gametes combine at random.

D. The fittest individuals in a population are most likely to reproduce.

E. Allele frequencies change at random from one generation to the next.

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