Chapter 12 Patterns of Inheritance 2011

Chapter 12 Patterns of Inheritance 2011 - Chapter 12-...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 12- Patterns of Inheritance earning Objectives: 1. To understand Mendels Law of Segregation 2. To understand common genetic terminology 3. To understand the Law of Independent Assortment. 4. To understand different types of gene expression Gregor Mendel 1. Mendels Good Fortune 2. Perception of Genetics in mid 1800s 3. Law of Segregation- The homologues and the genes they carry separate from one another during meiosis and pass unaltered to different gametes . aw of egregation n Example Definition of Some Genetic Terms Dominance (Dominant and Recessive Alleles-) Gene- Locus- Allele- Homozygous (true breeding) Definition of Some Genetic Terms- Continued Heterozygous- Genotype- Genotypic ratio- Phenotype- Phenotypic ratio- oes this Example Illustrate the Law of Segregation? sing a Punnett Square to illustrate the Law of egregation Using the Punnett Square The Use of Testcrosses- Law of Independent Assortment Definition- The homologues (alleles) of different pairs of homologous chromosomes (genes) separate or segregate during meiosis independently from one another and pass unaltered to different gametes Example- aw of Independent ssortment- Example Gene Expression Complete Dominance Gene Expression- Incomplete Dominance The Structure of 6-Phosphogluconate...
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