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Week_4_Discussion_Outline - Week 4 Discussion Key Words...

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Week 4 Discussion Key Words Reading: BA Ch. 4  MPBA 4 Polymorphism ABO System Codominant  Antigen Antibodies Erythrocyte (RBC) Hereditary Genetic Disorders Simple Mendelian Traits Pedigree Autosomal dominant/recessive Sex-linked traits: X-linked dominant/recessive;  Y-linked  Mendelian Traits in Humans:  the ABO Blood Group a trait in which the phenotypic expression is unaffected by the environment the ABO blood group gene is located on the 9 th chromosome. What is the difference between a simple Mendelian  Trait and a Complex Trait?
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a molecule (organic or inorganic) that  can provoke the immune system to  produce antibodies Proteins in the blood that bind to Foreign antigen molecules rendering  The harmless
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The ABO Blood System: PhenotypesGenotypesAntigensAntibodies A AA, AO A Anti-B B BB, BO B Anti-A AB AB A, B None O OO None Anti-A, 
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course ANTHRO 304 taught by Professor Gray during the Spring '09 term at Kansas.

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