Mendel Lab - Gaganvir Kehal Period AP Biology Lab Title:...

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Gaganvir Kehal Period AP Biology Lab 2/15/10 Title: Mendel’s Laws of Genetics Purpose: To use drosophila fruit flies to demonstrate Gregory Mendel’s Laws of Segregation and Dominance. Materials and Procedure: See attached Data: See attached Questions
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5. The flies are different in wing shape. A mutant is an individual who arises having a base pair sequence change in its DNA resulting in an organism with a trait not found in the wild type. 6. Virgin females are required in a genetic cross because females can store sperm for weeks after mating. In order to make sure that the female being crossed does have sperm from a previous male it’s important for her to be a virgin. Analysis 1. It’s important to remove the parents from the vials after larvae appear to avoid a backcross which is having the F1 and P1 generations cross rather than F1 with F1 like how it’s supposed to be. You want to make sure your not crossing outside the assigned gene pool. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course HA 2352 taught by Professor Patel during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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