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Hitch-hiking occurs in two-locus selection models

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    Hitch-hiking is the process in which one allele may increase in frequency by being linked to a gene that is favorably selected.

     Balanced polymorphism or balancing selection is a process by which more than one form exists in the population at a stable or balanced frequency at a given time.

    courtesy; Mark Ridley 3rd edition.

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