LS4 week 2key

LS4 week 2key - 13 (2/3)(1/2)(1-(3/4) 5 ) 14 The Snapdragon...

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The pedigree displays vertical inheritance --affected individuals are linked between 1 generations.
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No. Dominant conditions are only inherited from an affected individual. 2
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Recessive. The inheritance is horizontal --multiple members in generation II are affected while 3 neither parent is affected in generation I.
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Definitely III-1 is a carrier 4
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All the individuals in generation III may be carriers. Definitely III-1 is a carrier, but 5 individuals 2 & 3 each have a 1/3 chance of being a carrier as well.
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Dominant 6
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3/4 7
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recessive 8
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Gg and Gg 9
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1/18 10 
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(2/3)(1/2) 11 
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(2/3)(1/2)(1/4) 12 
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(2/3)(1/2)(5!/2!3!)(1/4)(1/4)(3/4)(3/4)(3/4)
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Unformatted text preview: 13 (2/3)(1/2)(1-(3/4) 5 ) 14 The Snapdragon example refers to monogenic inheritance with incomplete dominance. The 15 human example of skin pigments refers to polygenic inheritance of natural variants that are additive for pigment. Blue. The largest class in 1:2:1 segregation of a monohybrid cross is the heterozygote 16 heterozygote. C. 1 Blue : 1 White-splashed D. All Blue 1 white : 1 Blue 17 All blue 18 one 19 Three: all dark (D), dark tips (D[ts]), and light (d). 20 D > D[ts] > d 21 3/4 all dark to 1/4 dark tips 22 two 23 two 24 Double homozygous recessive (bb pp) 25...
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2009 for the course LIFESCI ls 4 taught by Professor Merriam during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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LS4 week 2key - 13 (2/3)(1/2)(1-(3/4) 5 ) 14 The Snapdragon...

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