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Unformatted text preview: For each of the following stages, state the number of chromosomes present in the particular cell. a) metaphase of mitosis b) metaphase I of meiosis c) telophase of mitosis d) telophase I of meiosis e) telophase II of meiosis (Remember that a pair of attached chromatids count as one chromosome.) Question 2 is on the next page 2. Two Drosophila flies that had normal (transparent, long) wings were mated. In the progeny, two new phenotypes appeared, dusky wings (having a semi-opaque appearance) and clipped wings (with squared ends). The progeny were as follows: Females: 179 transparent, long 58 transparent, clipped Males: 92 transparent, long 89 dusky, long 28 transparent, clipped 31 dusky, clipped a) Provide a genetic explanation for these results, showing genotypes of parents and of all progeny classes under your model. b) Design a test for your model...
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- Spring '08