I saw this in some practice MCAT in a passage about population genetics, and was not exactly sure what it was referring to.
Sorry, I thought you were asking what a homogeneous population is.0comp,
i realize homo means "same," but what i'm wondering is, in what sense are they the same? I doubt that it means that they all have the exact "same" genotypes, because that would be ridiculous. So, it must be "same" in some other respect...
I think homogeneous population can also mean that if the population is 25% AA, 50% Aa, 25% aa, then any sampling of individuals can be assumed to be in the same genotypic proportions. Maybe I'm wrong though.