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2 Co In E In corn, Zea mays , mutant genes for anther ear ( an ) and fine stripe ( f ) are carried at linked loci separated by approximately 20 map units. These mutant genes are recessive to their counterpart alleles, an+ and f+ , which control the wild-type expressions of these traits. The gene for colorless aleurone ( c ) is recessive to its dominant allele for colored aleurone ( C ) and is found on a chromosome different from that carrying the
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Unformatted text preview: an and f loci. If you selfed a phenotypically wild type corn plant with the following genotype: an+ f /an f+, Cc What percentage of the progeny would have anther ear and colorless aleurone? Co In E 3 Midterm 2 spring 2006 Co In E Midterm 2 2008 Co In E 4 Midterm 2 2008 Co In E Co In E 5 Co In E Spring 2009 Co In E 6 Spring 2009 Co In E Spring 2009 Co In E 7 Spring 2007 Co In E...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2009 for the course MCDB 101B taught by Professor Christofferson during the Summer '09 term at UCSB.

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