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NAME Ri\te. St 061:; FINAL EXAM BICD100 GENETICS WINTER 2009 PROF. REINAGEL TUESDAY MARCH 17 th 2009 8:00-11:00AM Name: Student ID: ~\ QUESTION POINTS POSSIBLE POINTS EARNED 1 5 2 5 I.f 3 5 5 4 5 ,it) 5 5 4.c; 6 5 r 7 5 S 8 5 '1 SUBTOTAL 40 extra credit 2 'l- 4D~~.'FX/ . Table 2-2 I' df - I :2 .i rlll~t 1~1216 Cl5S4 21lill la.25 .\ 112117 1l,·I~·1 1.I~d '1 l;'~ 717 ~ IiJJ" II K~I t 1-;;111 J ,,:;:! ·.,Z."lfj 11 (Pi' 12 ~~~ I; (1/,711 1 2.l; 1,20-1 5 "qs Illo;'~ [:'.502 l·l.I-lq 11<.81::' HI 5'1~ I, tl.'lHI' Ihi)(, ~ Hl~ l,.-ni, l~lJl; 'I (~.! 1b.IIIJ I~A;~ 202,7H ~ 14-1 2.1 ~()" ~ 11(.1, I ;' 14-1 11)1>2 15 ~,; I, ~'~5 21111 11 21955 II " " 1·"''< 2.7!lfl '111il1 ,:11'1' I~ti!l·! If, _~) l~. 1~f)13 21,'lll'; 235~'~ t' III lll';;t) 3217 ,I lUiS "3·12 I~ qk~ 1~3W m~1l3 2.12o Q 2-. I 1i1i 1(1 II 2..601 1!llli 5 :;-:-"* 1lI3 II 1- ::.-, 1 ).,,-< 12 ~ 11-·1 'I·IIH II ~(I •• 11 JIll I to, ~ -II! :-,1 {I~{J 11 l..5I.;' 5.1~ III III: 12J..11J 1~ HI" U)t:i.~ 1-1 -I.1l~5 511211 :' ;~1t J l3D'} ~Irkll ~3,h8S. J;; ,41il) I h.2ti~ s: 17 1-113" ~.:! 111; ~·1_l't.I(. Page lor 16
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NAMEill~y S'c otL Question 1. 5 POINTS, In corn, green seedling color is the phenotype of a dominant allele G. The recessive allele g results in no green color. Homozygous recessive gg corn seedlings can be either virescent-white or yellow, depending on the allele of another gene: the recessive y allele is associated with yellow seedlings, while the dominant Y allele is associated with virescent-white seedlings. In green seedlings, the phenotype is the same (green) no matter what alleles of the Y gene are present. fr' t I~ .(l.)~ A) 2 points You cross a pure-breeding GGyy strain of corn with a hybrid GgYy plant (PARENT generation). Draw a Punnet Square showing the gametes produced by each parent in this cross, and Ihow they combine to form the genotypes of the possible progeny (F1 GENERATION). ANSWER (show work here) xV P'~ \'l ~~ I b(;, y~ &b-.'J ~ I bJ y~ IG~gt Scratch area: this work will NOT BE GRADED THIS QUESTION IS CONTINUED ON THE NEXT PAGE Page 20f 16
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NAME~l\~ ~ 5 c o U:.- QUESTION 1 CONTINUED B) 1 point Based on your answer in A, list all the diploid qenotype(s) of the F1 progeny from this cross, and state the ratio in which they occur. You may assume equal segregation and independent assortment. G~Y~ ~ ~ ~d'~ 6Jj Y tf Jr\ ~J<t~ , I t } / Ql~ 3ft'-eV\ ~v~ 4',0 ~I~~n', 'tQ[lovv D) Y2 point How do your answers above depend on the assumption of equal segregation? Short answer - one I ~ fJ/ sentence maximum. () Q.1 Q ctSslti'llt H\<!. hy~llt: pl1.f{!"L I~ t.-k)y t? ~S') j n~ 'I ~f QUA~ (J.~ JIlt ar/Ilr ')., d~.\'\ g (H ~ QH~<:> e~uqllr 1.Io.l 1>1 I /~ 3tHt\{7~, E) Y2 point How do your answers above depend on the assumption of independent assortment? Short answer- one sentence maximum. wQ "<'S.J.WlQ ~~l )/\4 J~i\lS (\f IA.J. 1\ k t~~ an \;1 : .. 1, .. L thofL \ Iv .' I I " [' ~ v d 1'11'\ ,-,f Jot ~Qf1 I) It\ JtfQhJiA L :' rl,~ 0 ~t\~r Scratch area: this work will NOT BE GRADED Page 30f 16
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NAME Rilee 5coti [ Question 2. 5 POINTS a) 1 point Consider the following pedigree: .00 x \\0/- is the most li~ely mode of inheritance? ") Se~-(lfJ~cJ. receSS~Ve 0. b) 1 point Consider the following pedigree: 0--;-----{] .J ? \l'A. L7'jO/Vl tl \ re(&7~ ve (\ THIS QUESTION CONTINUED ON THE NEXT PAGE Page 40f 16
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NAME R'i\"'-t Sc..QtL CONTINUATION OF QUESTION 2 c) 3 points Two phenotypically normal people marry. Unknown to them, they have a common great- grandfather who suffered from a rare disorder that is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait (dd). Assume that the people marrying into this pedigree are all DO, that there has been no
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