Genetics outline normal

Genetics outline normal - Genetics 1. Mendels Law of...

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Genetics 1. Mendels Law of Segregation - When gametes form, paired alleles split & gametes receive one a. Phenotype b. Genotype c. Alleles-alternative version of a gene that are on a pair of homologous chromosomes d. Homologous Chromosome- related chromosomes that contain all the same genes one from each parent. e. Homozygous f. Heterozygous g. Mutation- change of gene that alters or impairs function h. Mutant allele- the mutated gene whose function is impaired or altered relative to wild-type of the allele i. Polymorphism- change in gene but causes no change in function(still wild-type function) j. Polymorphic Gene- more than one wild-type allele found in natural populations 2. Mitosis and Meiosis
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Meiosis- the homologous chromosomes pair such that during synpases a spindle would have 3. Law of Independent assortment - When gametes form, the alleles split independently. (If on different chromosomes)
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