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Ch. 13 Meiosis II - Bonus#1 and#2 are posted Discussions...

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Bonus #1 and #2 are posted. Discussions start this week Th and F.
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Protein CB 17.3
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For life to exist, the information (genes) must be passed on. {Mitosis: producing more cells} {Meiosis: producing gametes} CB 13.5
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extremely low genetic diversity greater genetic diversity vs. Asexaul Reproduction Sexaul Reproduction How does sexual reproduction generate genetic diversity?
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QuickTime and a Graphics decompressor are needed to see this picture. Gene for blue eye pigment Gene for brown hair pigment Gene for growth hormone Haploid chromosomes QuickTime and a Graphics decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime` and a Graphics decompressor are needed to see this picture. G e n e fo r h e m oglob i n G e n e fo r DN A p oly m e r ase
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Gene for hemoglobin Gene for hair color Gene for growth hormone Allele for black hair Allele for black hair Allele for low express (short) Allele for high express (tall) Allele for normal Hb Allele for sickle cell Hb Diploid chromosomes
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Each pair of chromosomes is comprised of a paternal and maternal chromosome
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