The frequency of alleles in a population that is in hardy weinberg equilibrium? a . changes in each successive generation b. is less important than the frequency genotypes c. shows evidence of the process of natural selection d. remains the same over several generations
The answer would be D.
HWE states that genotype and allele frequencies in a population remain constant from generation to generation when evolutionary influences are absent(such as gene flow or natural selection).
Remains constant from generation to generation.
I took the test on edge.