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Unformatted text preview: Eugenia Soliterman Primary author of section II (Results) = Emily Smith Primary author of section III (Conclusions) = Fady Ghali Overview: Questions: 1 (addressed in lab): How likely is it for a 1:2:1 ratio to be produced from to heterozygous genotypes? 2 (associated w/ topic): Which genotypes produced where heterozygous and which were homozygous? 3 (follow-up): Was the gene we were studying a sex gene or autosomal gene? Approach: Results: - see report booklet Discussion/Conclusions: Part III A: Examining Asci Part III B: Determining Map Distance Part IV Atypical Segregation Ratios Responses to Review Questions: 3) Yes we did. a. This is derived from a chromatid that possessed a hybrid DNA molecule. b. This pattern results from a complete chromatid change....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course BIO 161 taught by Professor Black during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.
- Winter '08