Problem set 1+2ANS

Problem set 1+2ANS - Practice Problem Worksheet 1 1. A...

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Practice Problem Worksheet 1 1. A recessive mutant allele, black, causes a very dark body in Drosophila homozygous. The normal wild-type color is described as gray. What F1 phenotypic ratio is predicted when a black female is crossed to a gray male whose father was black? Done in class 2. In Mendel's work using peas, he found that full pods are dominant to constricted pods, whereas round seeds are dominant to wrinkled seeds. One of his crosses was between full, round plants and constricted, wrinkled plants. From this cross he obtained an F1 that was all full and round. In the F2, Mendel obtained his classic 9:3:3:1 ratio. Using the above information determine the expected F1 and F2 results of a cross between homozygous constricted and full, wrinkled plants. Done in class
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Practice Problem Worksheet 1 3. Determine the probability that a plant of genotype CcWs will be produced from parental plants of the genotypes CcWs and Ccww. Done in class
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 392 taught by Professor Tomkiel during the Fall '06 term at UNC Greensboro.

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