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Lecture # for Exam 2 Date SUBJECT Problem Exam 1 16 Feb All material thru 13 Feb x2 01 18 Feb The maternal and paternal genes in a diploid individual SEGREGATE when gametes are produced, so each gamete has only the gene from the father or from the mother. Figuring out probabilities of specific gamete genotypes is the essence of genetics, because progeny individuals are produced by random union of one sperm and one egg. If an individual is heterozygous, Ss , what proportion of the gametes it will produce will have the S allele? x2 02 20 Feb Genes are places (locus) along DNA. All loci segregate in meiosis. INDEPENDENT ASSORTMENT refers to the outcome of segregation with respect to parental origin of genes. If the loci assort independently then father(F)∙mother(M), & M∙F combinations of are as likely as F∙F and M∙M combination in gametes. slash notation separates genes from mother from those from father by a / ; How many different kinds of gametes could an individual with the following genotypes produce? A HhMm OO B VGvgSEse x2 03 23 Feb HYPOTHESIS TESTING: Exceptions to Mendel’s ‘laws’, ABO blood types, one genotype implies one phenotype, ABO logic to solve problems, RED/WHITE eyes in
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2010 for the course BIOS 101 taught by Professor Molumby during the Spring '08 term at Ill. Chicago.

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xam2 - Lecture # for Exam 2 Exam 1 Date 16 Feb SUBJECT All...

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