Explain this answer based on the assumptions must be met for a population to exhibit this equilibriam.

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Outside of a lab situation, these principles never exist. There are factors called disturbing factors which exist in natural environments which alter the genetic makeup of a population. Some of these factors include population migration, genetic drift, genetic bottlenecks, mutations and others. In order for a population to exhibit equilibrium from generation to generation none of these disturbing factors can be present. This can only be replicated in a controlled laboratory setting.

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