The Hardy-Weinberg equation that is used to describe allele frequencies in a population was independently proposed by both British mathematician G. H. Hardy and German physicist Wilhelm Weinberg in 1908. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium introduces an alternative to Darwin's suggestion that evolution is a continuous process. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium is the idea that, under certain conditions, evolution will not occur. In this situation, the frequencies of the alleles for a gene locus will remain constant over time.
Which of the following populations is MOST likely to be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?