quiz2 - Genome 371 Braun/Pallanck Name: Spring, 2005 . Quiz...

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Genome 371 Spring, 2005 Braun/Pallanck Name: . Quiz 1 1. You are studying the genetics of bean pigmentation in a particular variety of bean plant. A bean plant that produces grey beans is self-pollinated and the following number of each progeny type are recovered from this cross; 51 white beans 107 grey beans 42 black beans (A). Assuming that a SINGLE gene governs the bean pigmentation trait, circle the genetic hypothesis that best explains the inheritance pattern of bean pigmentation: dominant/recessive incomplete dominance codominance complementation dominant epistasis recessive epistasis dominant negative (B). Assuming that TWO genes govern the bean pigmentation trait, circle the genetic hypothesis that best explains the inheritance pattern of bean pigmentation: dominant/recessive incomplete dominance codominance complementation dominant epistasis recessive epistasis dominant negative What ratio of offspring are expected from the cross above given your hypothesis? (C).
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