Complementation_Problems

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Biology 202 Complementation Problems 1/28/11 This problem set is optional – it is available as a study aid for Midterm 1. It is not to be handed in. From Griffiths et al.: Chapter 6, problems 2, 19a, 22, 25 You are working in a lab that studies ladybugs. You have isolated 10 different ladybug mutants with big antenna (antenna size is important for ladybug self-esteem). It turns out that a friend of yours working at Duke has also isolated 10 ladybug mutants with big antenna and you decide to pool your resources and try to publish a paper together.
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Unformatted text preview: You cross each of your mutants to each of your friends and include wild-type controls to generate the following data table (+ indicates you observe the wt phenotype, - indicates you observe the mutant phenotype) a. In what way are mutants 2 and 16 similar? b. Which mutations are in the same gene? c. Can mutations 3 and 16 be in the same gene? d. What is the minimum number of genes involved in antenna size you and your friend have found? e. What is the maximum number of genes involved in antenna size you and your friend have found?...
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