Exam 1 Study Guide Quizzes: 1, 2, 3 Case Study Key Words pedigree analysis, probabilities, X-linked genes, epistatis, expressivity, X-inactivation, eugenics, pleiotropy, genetic heterogeneity, proband, , consanguinity Interpretation of a pedigree: If a trait is present in every generation, then the trait is likely to be a dominant trait. If a trait skips a generation, then the trait is likely to be a recessive trait If a trait affects both males and females, the trait is likely to be an autosomal trait If a trait affects only males, then the trait is likely to be an X-linked trait. Genetic symbols: use letters for alleles and genotypes; indicate if the letter is dominant/recessive. Powerpoint Learning Objectives Mendelian Inheritance Utilize symbols to represent different genes, and alternate forms of genes. Interpret phenotypic classes using genetic symbols. Represent Parental, F1, and F2 monohybrid and dihybrid crosses using genetic symbols.
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