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A large sunflower population is established in a field. The flowers mate randomly, and all individuals are equally likely to survive and reproduce. In this population, 80% of the alleles of a gene for petal color are dominant and 20% of the alleles are recessive. Given this information, after many generations, which of the following options would be most likely? O The allele frequencies will be 100% dominant and 0% recessive. The allele frequencies will be 80% dominant and 20% recessive. The allele frequencies will be 60% dominant and 40% recessive. There is no way to predict what the allele frequencies will be.

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Yes he thought they should have a chance why, because he thought that was the best thing to do