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Unformatted text preview: How is genetic information transmitted through sexual reproduction? • Why was Mendel successful? • How are genes inherited? – Individual genes – Two or more independently assorting genes – Human pedigree analysis • Can Mendel’s rules explain and predict the inheritance of genes that don’t show simple Mendelian behaviors? – codominance or partial dominance – sex-linkage – probabilities Q: What are the genotypes of the parents for the following crosses: 1. Purple x white → 24 purple, 26 white 2. Purple x purple → 46 purple, 16 white 3. Purple x purple → 52 purple a) PP x pp b) Pp x pp c) PP x Pp d) Pp x Pp e) pp x pp Q: What are the genotypes of the parents for the following crosses: 1. Purple x white → 24 purple, 26 white 2. Purple x purple → 46 purple, 16 white 3. Purple x purple → 52 purple a) PP x pp b) Pp x pp c) PP x Pp d) Pp x Pp e) pp x pp Q: What are the genotypes of the parents for the following crosses: 1. Purple x white → 24 purple, 26 white...
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2009 for the course BIO 1510 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '07 term at Georgia Tech.

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