Worksheet 5 - c. Likelihood of crossing over depends on the...

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BIO 325 GENETICS: WORKSHEET # 5 (Wednesday February 13, 2008) 1. How do we know / prove that genes are on different (nonhomologous) chromosomes?? 2. How do we know / prove that genes are on the same (homologous) chromosomes?? 3. Define the following terms: a. Linkage group b. Crossing over during meiosis 4. True or False: a. Two or more genes can be located on the same chromosome at different loci. b. Sister chromatids of homologous chromosomes exchange DNA segments during meiosis
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Unformatted text preview: c. Likelihood of crossing over depends on the distance between two gene 5. How many linkage groups are present in humans? 6. At what stage of meiosis does crossing over occur? 7. How can you demonstrate crossing-over? 8. What is Null Hypothesis and what does it prove? 9. What is the formula to calculate 2...
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