Model experiment 1. Study of the genetic structure of the ideal population (second option)
 In column 2 for the parent generation P, we introduce the number of pairs of twobody gene alleles (in other words, the number of individuals).
 We determine the ratio of the dominant (A) and recessive (a) alleles and select the required number of chips.
 We put the selected number of chips in an opaque package, mix.
 We get 2 chips and put it into one of three packs: in the first one  a pair of one color, red (AA), in the other  a pair of different colors, red and white (Aa), in the third  a pair of the second color, white (aa).
 We count the number of pairs of chips in each pile.
 The results are entered in the row P: in column 3  the number of AA, in column 5  Aa, in column 7  aa.
 Click the "Calculate" button.
 We collect the chips for the package, mix, repeat steps 6 and 7 successively two more times, filling the lines for the first (F1) and the second (F2) daughter generations, columns 3, 5, 7.
 We click the "Calculate" button opposite the lines F1 and F2, the line "Total" and "Average."
 Click on the "Show Graphs" button.
 Based on the analysis of the obtained graphs and diagrams, formulate the conclusions of the plan:

 Change in the frequency of genotypes in generations;
 Change in the ratio of gene frequencies in generations;
 The direction of evolutionary changes in the population.
Table 2. Genetic structure of the ideal population
Note: Gene frequencies are calculated automatically by the formulas: p = (D + 0.5H) / N and q = (R + 0.5H) / N, where p is the frequency of the dominant allele, q is the frequency of the recession allele, D is the number of dominant homozygote, R is the number of recessive homozygotes, H is the number of heterozygotes, N is the total number of members of the population.