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Chapter%2011Genetics-1 - Chapter 11 Genetics 1. Gregor...

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1. 2. terms to know: gene allele diploid haploid genotype (AA, Aa, aa) phenotype (physical appearance) homozygous (AA, aa) heterozygous (Aa) dominant allele (A) recessive allele (a) Punnett Square (know how to draw them and apply them) parental generation F1 F2 monohybrid cross dihybrid cross 3. single trait/gene cross A = purple flower a = white flower Tell the results of the following crosses with respect to phenotype, genotype, proportion of offspring with each genotype/phenotype. AA x AA AA x aa aa x aa Aa x AA Aa x aa Aa x Aa 4. 2 traits/2 genes (independent assortment) A = purple flower a = white flower B = tall plant b = short plant Tell the result (offspring) for the following crosses: AABB x aabb AaBb x AaBb (9:3:3:1) AaBb x Aabb:
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course BIOL 1000 taught by Professor Kearley during the Spring '07 term at Auburn University.

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Chapter%2011Genetics-1 - Chapter 11 Genetics 1. Gregor...

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