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Unformatted text preview: 2:128 Fundamental Genetics Assigned Problems Fall, 2009 Introduction: These problems are intended to be challenging. You probably won’t be able to answer them until you have heard the corresponding lecture and/or attempted to solve related problems from the text. The goal is to try to find a solution. In so doing, I hope you will learn how to try to find a solution and how to discuss problems with other members of your study group. Please read the instructions carefully. Instructions : (1) Only one written answer can be submitted by each Study Group. All members of the Study Group must sign the answer. If you sign the written answer, you are certifying that you participated in finding the answer, that you understand the answer, and that all the other signees also participated . (2) As part of your answer to each question, write a paragraph or two outlining how your group approached the question, what you tried before you came up with the answer, etc. Your effort to find the answer and a description of your approach could earn full credit even if your final answer isn’t...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2009 for the course BIOLOGY 2:128 taught by Professor Leicht during the Fall '09 term at University of Iowa.
- Fall '09