BIS 101 HO_7 - following progeny are obtained A Why do...

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BIS101 Handout #7 THREE POINT MAPPING PROBLEM Suppose you analyze three phenotypes in the common fruit fly Drosophila (A, B, and D). The recessive alleles causing mutant phenotypes are represented by a, b, and d. A test cross is performed between a trihybrid female with the wild - type phenotype and a male with the three recessive phenotypes. The
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Unformatted text preview: following progeny are obtained: A. Why do these data indicate genetic linkage of the three loci? B. What is the order of the loci? C. What are the alleles on each of the homologous chromosomes of the trihybrid female? D. What are the recombination distances between each adjacent pair of loci? E What is the interference value for these data?...
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