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Megan Adams Gene 301-502 Page 69 Quantitative Genetics Questions: 1) The graph suggests continuous variation because two or more traits can contribute to the phenotype. The graph follows the bell shape curve that suggests continuous variation. 2) There are seven phenotypes in the F2 generation, meaning there are 6 alleles involved in the achene striping in the sunflower.
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Unformatted text preview: 3) P1 generation: AABBCC x aabbcc F1 generation: AaBbCc x AaBaCc F2 generation: 2 stripes 4 stripes 6 stripes 8 stripes 10 stripes 12 stripes 12 stripes aabbcc Aabbcc aaBbcc aabbCc AAbbcc AaBbcc AabbCc aaBBcc aaBbCc aabbCC AABbcc AAbbCc AaBBcc AaBbCc aaBBCc aaBbCC AABBcc AABbCc AAbbCC aaBBCC AaBBCc AaBbCC AABBCc AABbCC AaBBCC AABBCC AabbCC...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course GENE 301 taught by Professor Ellison during the Fall '09 term at Texas A&M.

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