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Lab Report 3 - Larson, Melanie BIOL 101 Lab Section 13...

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Larson, Melanie BIOL 101 Lab Section 13 February 4, 2010 Patterns of Inheritance 1: Predicting Single Traits Background Information (Tables 3-1, 3-2, and 3-3 attached) 1. The probability that these parents’ child will have Huntington’s disease is a 2:4 chance. 2. The probability that an egg produced by the daughter would be carrying a recessive allele is a 1:4 chance. 3. The probability that the daughter’s husband’s sperm cell will carry the allele that causes sickle-cell is a 3:4 chance. 4. The probability that the grandchild will have sickle-cell anemia is a 1:8 chance. 5. The chance of the child suffering from malaria is a 1:8 probability. 6. The chance of the child suffering from malaria is a 1:4 probability. 7. The chance of the child suffering from malaria is a 1:200 probability. 8. The plants that are homozygous recessive will be albino and cannot reproduce.
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9. The possible genotypes of corn plants that could survive long enough to potentially be the parents of seedlings in the tray would be 9a. Gg
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Lab Report 3 - Larson, Melanie BIOL 101 Lab Section 13...

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