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Analytical problems - 14) p < g 15) a is recessive,...

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Sheet1 Page 1 page 45, 8-11, 39. page 60, 12-15, 31-38 8) 3 - Most plausible RNA is left in the cytoplasm of the cell. 9) -3 Supports 3, rules out 2 - 10) 'Genes' but means 'alleles' possibly. -5 11) -4 Both predictions are tested 39) -3 ALA LEU LYS CYS = Brown GCA UUA AAA UGU = RNA CGT AAT TTT ACA = DNA ------------------------------------------------ page 60, 12-15, 31-38 11) 12) "allele frequencies" not GENES 30 = PG Hardy Weinberg? Heterozygous. .. Random mating? Natural selection: Meh Genetic drift: drift population is possible (break point 100+) due to high volume of fish reproduction. EITHER: 2 - p=g. .. hardy weinberg explaination 4 - cant tell. ..explanation required 13) p = g
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Sheet1 Page 2 The allele frequency will stay the same,
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Unformatted text preview: 14) p < g 15) a is recessive, expression leads to early death. 20 generations doesnt weed out the allele. drift weeds out recessive allele Natural selection cannot alone weed out recessve alone. 31) -1 several other options would help others. 32) not What is a mechanism. what would favor a mechanism for interbreeding. ..-1 33) gamete of a -5 34) horses and donkeys together. .. *32 and 34 is the same question!!! >mechanism might be 35) -1 Sterlity is the mechanism that drives the force of temporal isolation 36) -1 Sheet1 Page 3 3 - More likely 1&3 are equally 37) -4 38) -2 Sheet1 Page 4 not in HW here's why. Sheet1 Page 5 Sheet1 Page 6...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course BIO 211 taught by Professor Powell during the Spring '10 term at Portland CC.

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Analytical problems - 14) p < g 15) a is recessive,...

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