Biology: A Guide to the Natural World with mybiology" (4th Edition)

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KroghF09.011 Beyond Mendel Feb. 25, 2011 Topic 9: Inheritance Beyond Mendel Chapter 12 I. Genetic Traits – Determined by DNA Sequence in Alleles Table 12.1 II. Interpreting Pedigree Charts and Patterns of Inheritance Figure 12.5 A. Recessive Traits 1. Examples of autosomal Recessive Disorders: Fig. 12.4a 2. Basic inheritance using Punnett Squares 3. Detecting Patterns in Pedigree Charts A. Dominant Traits 1. Examples of autosomal Dominant Disorders: Fig.12.4b 2. Basic inheritance using Punnett Squares 3. Detecting Patterns in Pedigree Charts
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Unformatted text preview: III. Sex-Linked Inheritance A. How Sex (Gender) is Determined B. Sex-Linked Traits 1. Examples: Color-blindness, Hemophilia 2. Studies in Gene-Linkage III. Overview of Chromosomal Abnormalities Fig 12.6 A. Wrong Number of Chromosomes 1. Polyploidy 2. Aneuploidy Example: Downs Syndrome (p. 243) B. Chromosome Structural Abnormalities 1. Deletions Example: cri-du-chat (Fig. 12.8) 2. Inversions and Translocations (Fig.12.9) 3. Duplications (Fig. 12.9)...
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