Handout%20#4 (for students)

Handout%20#4 (for students) - Duyen-Anh Pham BICD 100...

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Duyen-Anh Pham BICD 100 a4pham@ucsd.edu HANDOUT #4 Warm-up problems : 1. A family has a rare disorder, as indicated by the red symbols in the family tree a) What is the mode of inheritance of this disorder? b) Cite 2 facts about the pedigree that justify your conclusion. c) Why is this inheritance NOT X-linked dominant for sure? d) What is the probability that the individual marked with the arrow is a carrier? Explain how you determined the probability. 2. a) What is the most likely mode of inheritance? b) Cite the 2 facts about the pedigree that give the most support for your conclusion. c) Circle all individuals that MUST be heterozygous. Sex-linked trait : In fruitflies, c recessive mutant = curly wings, C dominant wild type = straight wings. s recessive mutant = stubby, S dominant wild type = long wings. Assume that these mutations are in two different genes and the genes do not interact functionally (no epistasis, suppression, redundancy). You cross a purebred female with long, curly wings to a purebred male with stubby, straight wings to produce F1 flies. You cross F1 flies
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2009 for the course BICD BICD100 taught by Professor Smith during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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