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chapter 11 review - Lecture 20 Chapter 11 Basic Principles...

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Lecture 20 – Chapter 11 – Basic Principles of Heredity I. Mendel’s Principles of Inheritance A. Phenotype 1. physical appearance of organism B. Genotype 1. genetic constitution of organism C. P Generation 1. parental generation D. F 1 Generation 1. offspring of the P generation E. F 2 Generation 1. offspring of the F 1 generation F. Dominance 1. An allele is always expressed when it is present, regardless of whether it is homozygous or heterozygous G. Recessive 1. allele is only expressed when it is homozygous H. Homozygous 1. Having a pair of identical alleles for a particular locus I. Heterozygous 1. Having a pair of unlike alleles for a particular locus J. Monohybrid Cross 1. process of crossing 2 individuals with different alleles of a given locus K. Dihybrid Cross 1. process of crossing 2 individuals with different alleles at two loci L. Punnett Square 1. grid structure, first developed by Reginald Punnett, that allows direct calculation
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