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Unformatted text preview: + pole P. 118, 560 bp, 2,000 bp, 2,300 bp, 4,400 bp, 6,600 bp, 9,600 bp, 25,000 bp Distance (mm) # base pairs (Log scale) + + + + + Generate a standard curve IV. Genetics - Overview A. Gamete production is due to meiosis!! B. Pay attention to alleles of interest and their locus on a chromosome. C. Meiosis partitions chromosomes. Alleles are on chromosomes. D. MAKE THE CONNECTION BETWEEN OUR NOTATION AND MEIOSIS! E. Our notation system, A/a, contains far more information than Aa. Do not use Aa but instead A/a. Minor difference but it is key when we discuss linkage! V. Review of meiosis: VI. Punnett Squares A/a A/a and B/B b/b. A ; B ; d ; X Q A ; B ; D ; X q Unlinked traits. a b d X q a b d Y X X X Y Want: phenotypes A, b, D, Q (on sex chromosomes). Note: 3 pairs of autosomes, 1 pair of sex chromosomes, making predictions. WORK AREA A/a represents one homologous pair. B/b represents another pair A a B b d d X A a B b D d Q q q X X...
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- Summer '08