Sample Exam 1 - 1) a. (4 pts) How many genetically distinct...

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(4 pts) How many genetically distinct gametes could be formed during meiosis from an organism with genotype AaBBCcDd? b. (4 pts) What is the probability that a gamete with all of the dominant alleles will be generated? c. (4 pts) If a self-cross is performed with the organism AaBBCcDd, what is the probability that the zygote will express all of the dominant traits? d. (4 pts) If a self-cross is performed with the organism AaBBCcDd, what is the probability that the zygote will express more than one of the dominant traits? 2) Mary and Steve are having a baby. Mary is blood type A and Steve is blood type B. (A = I A I A or I A i; B = I B I B or I B i; AB = I A I B ; O = ii) a. (4 pts) What is the probability that their baby will be blood type A if you know that Mary’s mother and Steve’s mother were both blood type O? b. (4 pts) Mary’s brother is blood type B. What is the genotype of Mary’s father? c.
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2008 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Sample Exam 1 - 1) a. (4 pts) How many genetically distinct...

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