BIOL 234 - Reading assignment for May 31st

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Reading assignment for May 31 st : crossing over and linkage Complete the corresponding reading quiz on Connect by May 31 st , 9 am . Article : What made Bateson, Saunders, and Punnett suspect that linkage was occurring? Why did they compare offspring phenotypes to a 9:3:3:1 ratio? What frequency would Mendel have observed for parental and recombinant phenotypes, such that he would not have suspected linkage? Note: don’t worry about statistical analysis (e.g. 2 ) Chapter 3 (Section 3.3, Recombination: pp.104-108) Examine 3-12 and 3-13. Why are the A-B and a-b gametes considered “parental” types, and the A-b and a-B are considered “recombinant” types? Chapter 4 (Section 4.1 and 4.2 up to “deducing gene order by inspection”: pp. 127-140, p. 144 (Figure 4- 14), p. 147 (Figure 4-15), p. 151 (Figure 4-19), Section 4.7 pp. 154-155, Fig. 4-21, p. 156, solved problem #2 p. 159 (ignore interference)
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