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Lec 14 - BIS2B Fall 2009(Keen Lecture 14 Introduction to...

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BIS2B Fall 2009 (Keen) Lecture 14 . Introduction to Genetics 19 October Why does a cell undergo mitosis or meiosis? What are the outcomes of mitosis and meiosis? How are the laws of probability applied to gamete formation? How are the laws of probability applied to offspring formation? Students should be able to: distinguish mitosis from meiosis explain Mendel’s first law explain gamete formation predict the frequencies of particular gamete genotypes given parental genotypes for one locus genotypes think through gamete formation for genotypes with more than one locus
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Which statement is true? • a. gametes are made by mitosis • b. mitosis results in 4 haploid cells • c. cell division occurs before mitosis • d. a growing organism makes new cells by mitosis • e. a growing organism makes new cells by meiosis
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Which statement is true? • a. gametes are made by mitosis • b. gametes are made by meiosis • c. cell division occurs only in mitosis • d. cell division occurs only in meiosis • e. a growing organism makes new cells by meiosis
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