Lecture 22 - Lecture 22 Cytoplasmic Inheritance Key words...

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Lecture 22: Cytoplasmic Inheritance Ke y wo rds :       Ke y fig ure s Unipa re nta l Inhe rita nc e  7.16 Bipa re nta l Inhe rita nc e Ta b le  7.5 Ma te rna l Inhe rita nc e     Ho m o pla s m ic  vs . he te ro pla s m ic m tDNA No  Pro b le m s
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Maternal Inheritance in Four- o’clocks
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Cytoplasmic inheritance is non-Mendelian (cytoplasmic genes are not located in the nucleus) Cytoplasmic inheritance is the inheritance of genetic information from the cytoplasm Genetic information is on the mitochondrial and chloroplast chromosomes Cytoplasmic Inheritance
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Chloroplast Chloroplast- organelles in plants where light and dark reactions of photosynthesis occur including ATP generation, NADPH generation, and the fixation of CO 2 into glucose Large circular DNA molecules located in stroma of chloroplast Chloroplast DNA contains genes whose products are important for photosynthesis as well as tRNA and rRNA genes Other nuclear genes encode proteins localized into chloroplast, these genes follow a Mendelian pattern of inheritance
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Lecture 22 - Lecture 22 Cytoplasmic Inheritance Key words...

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