Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium


Principle in population biology that the frequencies of alleles and genotypes remain constant from generation to generation in the absence of evolutionary forces. It was proposed independently and in slightly different forms by three researchers: William Castle (1903, US), Wilhelm Weinberg (1908, Germany), and Godfrey Harold Hardy (1908, UK).

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