quiz3 - Genome 371 Braun/Pallanck Name: Spring, 2005 . Quiz...

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Genome 371 Spring, 2005 Braun/Pallanck Name: . Quiz 2 1. You have a long-haired female calico cat (lacking stripes in the BLACK pigmented fur) that is allowed to wander the neighborhood. The cat becomes pregnant and ultimately gives birth to a litter of six kittens with the following traits (it could be helpful to write the possible genotypes of the kittens): KITTEN #1: A short-haired female calico with brown and orange fur (with stripes in the darkly pigmented fur) KITTEN #2: A short-haired female albino kitten KITTEN #3: A short-haired female kitten with stripes in the black pigmented fur KITTEN #4: A long-haired male kitten with uniformly brown pigmentation KITTEN #5: A long-haired Siamese male kitten with black pigmented fur (lacking stripes in the darkly pigmented fur) (A). (5 points) Assuming that these kittens are the offspring of only a single father, what is the likely genotype of the MOTHER with respect to the following genes (if you are uncertain about any part of the genotype use a question mark)? Make sure to distinguish dominant alleles of the O and C genes
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quiz3 - Genome 371 Braun/Pallanck Name: Spring, 2005 . Quiz...

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