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Quiz 1. How many gametes would you expect from a female that is AaBb (A = Gene 1, B = Gene 2)? 2. How many gametes do you expect from the same female if the genes are autosomally linked? 3. If your chi squared value is less than 0.05 do you a.) reject your null hypothesis b.)fail to reject your null hypothesis 4. From a dihybrid cross between an heterozygote male and female in the F1, out of 16 how many flies are expected to look like a wildtype for both of the genes? 5. If you find that the (A) allele in a population has a frequency of 0.5, which is the frequency for the (a) allele. 6. Which is the frequency in which you will find an homozygote (AA); remember p 2 +2pq+q 2 =1? 7. If you total number of individuals was 100 how many would you expect to be homozygote (AA)? 8. What genotype would you have if you see two bands in the electrophoresis? 9. What does a PCR do? 10. Name one of the phyla that we are seeing this week in the lab
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BSC 2010L POPULATION GENETICS II & INVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY I
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course BSC 2010L taught by Professor Herrerabaerbolker during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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