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Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 13.1 a 4 c 6 d 5 e 7 f 3 g 2 h 1...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 13: 13.1 - a. 4, c. 6, d. 5, e. 7, f. 3, g. 2, h. 1 13.3 - The bands in the duplication loop should be repeated elsewhere on the paired homologs while the looped out region in a deletion heterozygote contains the only copy of those bands found on the wild-type homolog 13.4 - The javelin gene is in band 65A6 and the henna gene is between 65C2-3 and 65D2-3 13.6 - a) the remainder of the male progeny are the parental types, y+ z1 w+R spl+ / Y (zeste) and y z1 w+R spl / Y (yellow zeste split) b) The are the result of crossing over anywhere between the y and spl genes c) Classes C and D are the result of misparing and unequal crossing over between the two copies of the w+ gene d) the genetic distance between y and spl genes is 5.9 mu 13.10 - decrease in mu is due to an inversion. The inversion breakpoints can include A and B and the DNA in between or include just the DNA in between A and B 13.11- a) 2 + 4 b) 2 + 4 c) 2 d) 1, 3 13.18 - when insects that are homozygous for the translocations mate with insects with normal 13....
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Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 13.1 a 4 c 6 d 5 e 7 f 3 g 2 h 1...

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