Genetics Worksheet II

Genetics Worksheet II - If a person is Hh for...

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BIOS 1063 Genetics II Worksheet Assume normal Mendelian traits. If a person with a widow’s peak (WW) mated with a person with straight hair line (ww). What would be the genotype of their offspring?______________. What would be the phenotype of their offspring?__________________ If 2 heterozygous dominant individuals for widow’s peak mated, what would the probability be for their offspring to have a widow’s peak? What would the probability be for their offspring to have straight a hairline?____. Remember Blood type alleles show Codominance. A woman with Type BO blood has a child with Type OO blood. She claims that a man with Type AO blood is the biological father. Is this possible that he is the father? Explain your answer. A woman with type AO blood has a child with type AB blood. Her husband has type OO blood. Is he the biological father of this child? Why not?
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Unformatted text preview: If a person is Hh for hypercholesterolemia, could this be a problem? Why or Why not? A woman is a carrier for Muscular dystrophy X M X, she marries a man who is normal XY. What is the probability that their sons and daughters will have muscular dystrophy? Remember to separate the % probability of sons from the % probability for daughters. If a woman is color blind X c X c and she married a man with normal color vision XY, how many daughters will be color blind? Is it possible for two brown grizzly bears fur to produce offspring with yellow fur grizzly bear? Explain your answer. A couple gets married and they have a child, which has cystic fibrosis. They did not have this disease. How is it possible for them to produce a child with cystic fibrosis. Is it possible for a couple who are both Rh + to produce a child that is Rh -? Explain your reasoning....
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course BIO 1083 taught by Professor Williamson during the Spring '08 term at University of New Orleans.

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