BS110 Lecture 5 - A review and a lot of questions Fri Jan 25th For the slides below we answered these questions in class Are the chromosomes

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For the slides below we answered these questions in class Are the chromosomes duplicated or unduplicated? Do they have identical sister chromatids? How many genes are highlighted? How many alleles are there? Are there homologous pairs (same genes, some alleles different) present? Is it diploid or haploid? What is the number of homologous pairs (n)? What is the total number of chromosomes (2n)? What type of cell is it? Is it undergoing mitosis? Is it undergoing meiosis? Is it in interphase—G1? Is it in interphase—G2?
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Answer to previous Unduplicated, no sister chromatids 2 genes, 4 alleles Yes, 2 homologous pair of chromosomes Diploid, n=2, 2n=4, 4 total chromosomes Somatic cell (autosomal) G1 interphase
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Answer to previous Duplicated, yes sister chromatids 2 genes, 4 alleles Yes, 2 homologous pair of chromosomes Diploid, n=2, 2n=4, 4 total chromosomes Somatic cell (autosomal) G2 interphase
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Answer to previous Duplicated, yes sister chromatids 2 genes, 4 alleles Yes, 2 homologous pair of chromosomes Diploid, n=2, 2n=4, 4 total chromosomes Somatic cell (autosomal) Mitosis (metaphase)
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course BS 110 taught by Professor S.lawrence during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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BS110 Lecture 5 - A review and a lot of questions Fri Jan 25th For the slides below we answered these questions in class Are the chromosomes

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