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03_311d_jan._26_2007 - Bio 311D Jan 26 2007 Why undergo...

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Bio 311D Jan. 26, 2007 ● How Life cycle type is determined by the timing of meiosis and fertilization ● Why undergo sexual reproduction? ● INTRODUCTION TO MENDELIAN GENETICS
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1 Do Organisms that Self Fertilize Have Genetic Variability? Parent cell with 4 chromosomes Crossing over Meiosis I Homologs line up and separate Gametes produced by Meiosis II Offspring produced by Selfing Are the progeny identical to the parents?
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2 Asexual Reproduction: 2 generations Sexual Reproduction: 2 generations Hypothetical Examples: Asexually reproducing organisms produce 4 offspring each Sexually reproducing organisms produce 2 males/2 females per round
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Why Does Sexual Reproduction Occur? Hypothesis: Sexual reproduction produces offspring that are better adapted to fight parasites and infections than are asexually produced offspring. Null Hypothesis: There is no relationship between the presence of parasites and the method of reproduction. Prediction:
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2008 for the course BIO 311D taught by Professor Reichler during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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