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Unformatted text preview: How many genes are involved in creating a firebreathing phenotype? Group the dragons (A, B, C, and D) as to which contain mutations in the different genes. There are 2 genes, A and C have mutations in the same gene, as do B and D. Problem 6. A) Construct a map of the deletions that fits the data in this table 1 _________ 2 __________ 3 _______________ 4 ______ 5 ___________________ B) Draw a map that includes both the deletion and point mutations. 1 _________ 2 __________ 3 _______________ 4 ______ 5 ___________________ c e,d a b C) Why do d and e point mutants yielded the same result? Which of the following are the possible explanations for this? Circle all the possible answer. i. They are point mutations in the same nucleotide ii. They are not in the same complementation group iii. They are point mutations in different nucleotides but they both overlap with the same deletion mutants. iv. It just happened by chance that they yielded the same result...
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- Spring '09