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Jessica Gong TA: Kirby Martinez-Fontz Section 63 Date: 11/9/10 Lab: Exercise 2 Linkage and Chromosome Mapping: Drosphila melanogaster 1) The mutant genes were recessive, and sex linked to their wild type alleles. This can be deduced from the data obtained for the F1 progeny. The males inherited their mother's phenotype while the female progeny inherited the
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Unformatted text preview: father's phenotype. Since the females receive an X from each of their parents, the phenotypically wild type female progeny show that the mutant alleles are recessive. Because there were no females with the mutant phenotype and only males, this shows that the mutant alleles are recessive. 2)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2010 for the course ECON 231 taught by Professor Horn during the Spring '10 term at Central Bible.

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