alu insertion - more homozygous students than the expected...

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Jacob Zipperstein Analysis Questions 1. The actual data was relatively close to the expected results. The biggest variation was with the heterozygous genotype. The expected genotype frequency was . 4929, but the actual frequency was .32. This variation could be due to the fact that we had less heterozygous students in our class compared to the expected amount of students with the B+/B- genotype frequency. The expected results for the B-/B- were .3136 and the actual results for that specific type was .4. The expected results for the B+/B+ were .193 and the actual results came out to be .28. The two homozygous came out to be fairly close to the expected results. The small variation in the homozygous students could be due to the fact that there were
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Unformatted text preview: more homozygous students than the expected average sampling of the same class size. 2. My results show that I am a heterozygous student. I had two clear bands at the 715 bp and at the 415 bp. Both bands came out in the expected way in that my 415 bp band was smaller than my 715 bp band. Our gel did have a cloudy appearance to it. This could be due to adding to much DNA or staining the gel with E-Br for too long. In my column, as well as in Jones’, a faint primer dimer could be identified. Theses results are a little less than optimal. While both of our reactions worked well, our gel could have been a little clearer and our bands a little brighter....
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