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Unformatted text preview: Activity A: Get the Gizmo ready: Codominant traits . Drag a red chicken and a white chicken into the parent boxes, but don't click Breed yet Question: What inheritance patterns do codominant traits display? 1. Predict: What do you think the offspring of a red chicken and a white chicken will look like? A red Chicken with white 2. Observe: Click Breed. What are the offspring genotypes? An organism's appearance is its phenotype. Describe the offspring's phenotype. Theyare half red half white 3. Experiment: Drag four offspring to the Holding Cages. Click Clear, and then drag one of the offspring to a parent box. Drag a white chicken to the other box. Click Breed several times. Describe the resulting genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring. FREY some unite no others white . 4. Revise and Repeat: Click Clear. Drag another chicken from the Holding Cages to the parent box. Drag a red chicken to the other box. Click Breed several times. Describe the resulting genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring. FRFR and+ FREW Some chickens are red and white it others are solid red 5. Explain: In dominant/recessive inheritance patterns, the dominant allele is always expressed when present. The recessive allele is only expressed when the dominant allele is not present. Use your observations from this activity to describe how codominant inheritance patterns differ from dominant/recessive inheritance patterns. Peproduction for educ...
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  • Fall '19
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