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Unformatted text preview: w w = 1/16 cn+ cn+ Red: cn cn w+ Y 1/16 cn cn w+ w 1/16 w+ Y = 1/16 w Y = 1/16 White: cn+ cn+ w Y 1/16 cn+ cn+ w w 1/16 cn+ cn w Y 1/8 cn+ cn w w 1/8 w+ w = 1/8 cn cn w Y 1/16 cn cn w w 1/16 Sum: 1/16+1/8+1/16 = 4/16 1/16+1/8+1/16 = 4/16 w w = 1/8 cn+ cn w+ Y = 1/8 Male: wild type: red: white 3: 1: 4 w Y = 1/8 w+ w = 1/16 Female: wild type: red: white 3:1:4 w w = 1/16 cn cn w+ Y = 1/16 w Y = 1/16 *Note: The fork line method can also be used with the phenotype to solve these problems (may be quicker)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course BIOL 2156 taught by Professor Larkin during the Spring '08 term at LSU.
- Spring '08