Bio 1510 SS'10 Study Guide Exam IV

Bio 1510 SS'10 Study Guide Exam IV - Study Guide Make-up...

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Study Guide Make-up Exam Biology 1510 Spring/Summer 2010 Instructor: Martin Crozier Chapter 12 C Understand the historical background for Mendel’s pea experiments. U Know the key details in Mendel’s experiments that enabled him to postulate his laws of inheritance where others had failed. l State Mendel’s model of heredity and Sutton’s theory of chromosomal inheritance. i Understand how gene segregation and independent assortment are different but yet related. b Calculate expected phenotypic and genotypic ratios from various crosses using the Punnett square method. Explain the experimental rationale behind the classical testcross. Explain how Mendelian inheritance changes with respect to continuous variation, pleiotropic genes, lack of complete dominance, environmental modifications of genes, and epistasis Chapter 14 C Describe the experiments that first supported the hypothesis that a cell’s hereditary material is located in the nucleus. h Understand the theory and conclusions associated with the Griffith and Avery
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