2Haploid_diploid problem set

2Haploid_diploid problem set - 3. diploid cell, n = 2,...

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Haploid/diploid, replicated /non-replicated, homologous/non-homologous: Confused yet? Sketch cells representing the following scenarios. Place a circle around and label a replicated chromosome, a homologous pair of replicated chromosomes, two non-homologous chromosomes. (n = haploid number). 1. haploid cell, n = 2, non-replicated chromosome(s) 2. haploid cell, n = 2, replicated chromosome(s)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. diploid cell, n = 2, non-replicated chromosome(s) 4. diploid cell, n = 2, replicated chromosome(s) [use metacentric, acrocentric, and telocentric chromosomes for problems 5 - 8] 5. haploid cell, n = 3, non-replicated chromosome(s) 6. haploid cell, n = 3, replicated chromosome(s) 7. diploid cell, n = 3, non-replicated chromosome(s) 8. diploid cell, n = 3, replicated chromosome(s)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL 303 taught by Professor Pfau,r during the Fall '08 term at Tarleton.

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