Laboratory+Exercise+17 - Define Gene Genotype Phenotype...

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Laboratory Exercise 17 and Handout Objectives and Concepts At completion of the lab, students should be able to: Describe how the process of meiosis relates to genetic inheritance Be able to relate an organism’s genetic makeup to its physical appearance Explain how Mendel’s laws can be used to predict the outcome of mating Model the processes of meiosis and fertilization in an imaginary organism Understand that there are situations when Mendel’s laws cannot predict the  outcome of a mating Be able to identify whether a trait is recessive, dominant, or codominant
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Unformatted text preview: Define: Gene Genotype Phenotype Homozygous Heterozygous Homologous pairs Alleles Meiosis Gametes Fertilization Dominant Recessive F1 generation Law of Segregation Law of Independent Assortment Know how to find the genotype and phenotype in a homozygous person Know how to find the genotype and phenotype in a heterozygous person Be able to draw and label a homologous pair of chromosomes Be able to determine the genotypes and phenotypes ratios from any given problem. Know the phases of meiosis This is the last quiz so studddddyyyyyy hard! GO out with a BANG!!...
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