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  1. Hardy Weinberg law states that the frequency of alleles in a population of sexually reproducing organisms remains same from one generation to another, unless disturbed by factors like genetic drift, mutation, non-random mating, etc.
  2. The factors affecting Hardy Weinberg equilibrium are:
  • Gene migration
  • Genetic drift
  • Natural selection
  • Genetic recombination
  • Mutation
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