Introduction to Genetic Analysis 60

Introduction to Genetic Analysis 60 - 44200_02_p27-72...

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59 Solved problems allele (p. 33) autosomal chromosomes (p. 29) character difference (p. 31) chi-square test (p. 40) cross (p. 29) cytoplasmic segregation (p. 56) dihybrid (p. 36) dihybrid cross (p. 36) dioecious (p. 48) dominant (p. 31) equal segregation (p. 34) first filial generation (F 1 ) (p. 31) gene pair (p. 33) genotype (p. 34) hemizygous (p. 49) heterogametic sex (p. 48) heterozygote (p. 34) homogametic sex (p. 48) homozygote (p. 34) homozygous dominant (p. 34) homozygous recessive (p. 34) hybrid (p. 34) maternal inheritance (p. 55) meiosis (p. 35) Mendel’s first law (p. 34) Mendel’s second law (p. 32) monohybrid (p. 36) monohybrid cross (p. 36) parental generation (P) (p. 31) pedigree analysis (p. 42) phenotype (p. 31) product rule (p. 39) propositus (p. 42) pure line (p. 30) recessive (p. 31) reciprocal cross (p. 31) self (p. 29) sex chromosome (p. 48) sex linkage (p. 49) SRY gene (p. 54) sum rule (p. 39) testcross (p. 39) tester (p. 39) variant (p. 28) X chromosome (p. 48)
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