Lec 13 - BIS2B Fall 2009 (Keen) Lecture 13. Introduction to...

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BIS2B Fall 2009 (Keen) Lecture 13 . Introduction to Genetics 16 October Merging different images of cells used in teaching; merging molecular and Mendelian genetics Students should be able to: explain how the genotype is connected to the phenotype distinguish chromosomes, genes, and alleles explain how variation in genes arises explain how phenotypic variation is produced explain how biologists can visualize genetic variation
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Why all the differences? • We see great phenotypic diversity across human lineages • In spite of this diversity, humans only differ on average at one nucleotide per thousand base pairs
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• True or False? • Humans with different phenotypes have different chromosomes.
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• True or False? • Humans with different phenotypes have different genes on the chromosomes.
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• True or False? • Humans with different phenotypes have the same genes, but different versions of the genes.
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Lec 13 - BIS2B Fall 2009 (Keen) Lecture 13. Introduction to...

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