Sickle cell anemia: The selective forces that a population e

Sickle cell anemia: The selective forces that a population experiences can vary by context, especial… Show more Sickle cell anemia: The selective forces that a population experiences can vary by context, especially by geographic place. a) Explain in your own words how natural selection affects the evolution of hemoglobin in humans and how and why the selective pressures differ among human populations. b) For your answer to part a, which are examples of disruptive, stabilizing or directional selection? c) For human populations living in regions of the world without malaria, do you expect the HS allele to eventually go extinct? Explain. • Show less

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