What are the 5 conditions for the Hardy Weinburg equiliberium? And if all of these conditions are met what does the equiliberium state?

The 5 conditions are: Large population, rnadom mating, no mutations, no migration (immegration or emmigration from the population) and no natural selection. If all those conditions are met it states that the allela and genotypic frequency in a population will remain constant between generations.

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