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Brianna Haynes Kenneth Ruiz BIO Lab 1431 Homework #2: Mendelian Genetics 1. For the Dihybrid cross: a. The null hypothesis is that there will not be a significant difference between observed kernel phenotypic ratios and the predicted x:x:x:x ratio and the alternate hypothesis is that there will be a significant difference between observed kernel phenotypic ratios and the predicted x:x:x:x ratio. b. Test your hypothesis using a chi-square test for: b.i. Group Totals b.ii. Class Totals 2. For the Mystery Cross a. The null hypothesis is that there will not be a significant difference between observed kernel phenotypic ratios and the predicted x:x:x:x ratio and the
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Unformatted text preview: alternate hypothesis is that there will be a significant difference between observed kernel phenotypic ratios and the predicted x:x:x:x ratio. b. Test your hypothesis using a chi-square test for: b.i. Group Totals Brianna Haynes Kenneth Ruiz BIO Lab 1431 b.ii. Class Totals 3. For the dihybrid cross, what results might have appeared had the Law of Independent Assortment not been applicable? We would not have seen the 9:3:3:1 ratio. 4. What was the genotype of the parental ears of corn in the mystery cross? What were the genotypes of the F1? RrNn...
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