Sp07_Lect8_Questions - 1) Gene order and map distance....

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Unformatted text preview: 1) Gene order and map distance. Board work Er-33, #19 & 20 2) Punnet Squares & notation. 3) Analyzing a problem. Er-8 #12, Er-33, # 19 & 20 195 TS + P + 195 T + SP 280 TSP + 280 T + S + P 5 TS + P 5 T + S P + 20 T + S + P + 20 TS P Er-33, # 19 & 20 195 TS + P + 195 T + SP 280 TSP + 280 T+ S + P 5 T S + P 5 T + S P + 20 T + S + P + 20 TS P 195 S + T P + 195 S T + P 280 STP + 280 S + T + P 5 S + TP 5 S T + P + 20 S + T + P + 20 ST P 12. (4 pts) A student scientist studying wing length in fruit flies discovers a mutant fly with short wings. They generate a true breeding line of flies for this mutation, named short wings (later revised to short wings 1). While tasting maple syrup in Vermont they discover a short winged fruitfly and they bring it back to their apartment. They generate a second true breeding line for this mutation, named short wings 2. They take the two true breeding lines and mate them. ALL of the F1 progeny have normal wings. They find that fascinating. They then take one of the F1 flies and mate it to a fly from a population that is true that fascinating....
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