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CHAPTER 6 Gene Interaction Copyright 2008 © W H Freeman and Company
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CHAPTER OUTLINE 6.1 Interactions between the alleles of a single gene: variations on dominance 6.2 Interaction of genes in pathways 6.3 Inferring gene interactions 6.4 Penetrance and expressivity
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Mutations of haplosufficient genes are recessive Figure 6-2
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Two models for dominance of a mutation Figure 6-3
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Incomplete dominance Figure 6-4
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Sickled and normal red blood cells Figure 6-5
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Heterozygotes can have the protein of both alleles Figure 6-6
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Seven alleles and their interactions in leaf patterning of clover Figure 6-7
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A recessive lethal allele, yellow coat Figure 6-8
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Model Organism Mouse Model Organism: Mouse
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Tailless, a recessive lethal allele in cats Figure 6-9
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Archibald Garrod, discoverer of inborn errors of metabolism Figure 6-10
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Isolation of an arginine auxotrophic mutation Figure 6-11
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Isolation of an arginine auxotrophic mutation Figure 6-11 part 1
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Isolation of an arginine auxotrophic mutation Figure 6-11 part 2
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Isolation of an arginine auxotrophic mutation Figure 6-11 part 3
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Arginine and its analogs Figure 6-12
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course BIO Genetics taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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IGA9e_ch06_labels - 060607 - CHAPTER 6 Gene Interaction...

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