The article “How Beach Life Favors Blond Mice” talks about the genetics behind the evolution of coat color in mice on beaches in the Florida panhandle. What is the selective force thought to drive the change in coat color? What genes are involved in this evolutionary change? Why is it thought that starting with a dark coat color, the mutations leading to the light “beach” coat would have to happen in a certain order? What violations of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium would be involved in going from the dark inland coat to the light coat?
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