Ch. 14 - Inheritance II

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    Lectures  posted online  after lecture. Textbook  sections  and/or pages  posted a few  days prior to  each lecture.
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    In many  instances there  is a unique  pattern of  inheritance.   Traits  disappear and  reappear in  new ratios. CB 14.3
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    Genotype Phenotype CB 14.6
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    Human blood types AA or AO AB     BB or BO OO CB tbl 14.2
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    Looking at the past: If Frank has B blood type, his Dad has A blood type, And his Mom has B blood type… Should Frank be worried?
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    Mom =B blood BB or BO Dad =A blood AA or AO Gametes all B / 50% B and 50% O all A / 50% A and 50% O possible genotypes Frank  can be  BO = B blood …no worries
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    We can also  predict the  future Fig 2.12
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    Mom = AB Dad = AB Inheritance of blood types
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    Mom = AB Dad = AB Gametes: A or B A or B Inheritance of blood types
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    Mom = AB Dad = AB Gametes: A or B A or B or  B A or B AA AB BB AB Chance of each  phenotype for  each offspring 25% AA 50% AB 25% BB Mom Dad Inheritance of blood types
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    CB 14.7 Testcross: determining  dominant/  recessive and  zygosity
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    CB 5.21 Sickle-cell anemia is caused by a point mutation
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    Sickled and normal red blood cells
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course BIO 311D taught by Professor Reichler during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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