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Honors Bio - Answers to Genetics Test Review (Witches) 1. a. sex linked inheritance b. incomplete dominance c. epistasis and polygenic inheritance d. multi-allelic inheritance and codominance 2. brown hair, hairless moles, type AB blood, cannot ride, crooked nose, wicked 3. brown hair, hairy moles, type O blood, broom-riding, curved nose, kind 4. Merlin: 2 4 = 16 possibilities Cassandra: 2 4 = 16 possibilities 5. Expected phenotypic ratio: 3 brown, type A : 1 yellow, type A : 3 brown, type B : 1 yellow, type B 6. Expected phenotypic ratio is 3 riders: 5 non-riders 7. Probabilities are listed below: a. Wicked = 1/1 b. Girl = ½ c. Yellow hair with type A = 1/8 d. No hairy moles = 1/1 (we’ve already factored in that this is a girl) e. Broom rider = 3/8 f. Crooked nose = ½ Multiply the individual probabilities. The overall chance is 3 / 256 8. Probabilities are listed below: a. Type B with brown hair = 3/8 b. Curvy nose = ½ c. No broomstick riding = 5/8
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Unformatted text preview: Multiply the individual probabilities. The overall chance is 15 / 128 9. Merlin is not the baby’s father because Merlin and Cassandra cannot have a girl with a hairy mole. 10. Cassandra is blood type O, so her blood contains anti-A and anti-B antibodies. If she receives Merlin’s type AB blood, her antibodies will bind to his A and B antigens and agglutination will result. This is not a safe transfusion. 11. Merlin, being type AB, does not have anti-A or anti-B antibodies. He is the “universal recipient” because he will not fight off any A, B, AB, or O blood. Cassandra is a compatible donor. ANOTHER WAY TO ANSWER: Cassandra is type O, therefore she does not have A or B antigens on her blood cells. She is the “universal donor” because her lack of antigens ensures that a recipient will not reject the transfusion, even if they make anti-A or anti-B antibodies....
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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