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Chapter 2 problem 8 : In a possible future senario, male fertility drops to zero. However, scientists develop a way for women to have children by virgin birth- myocytes are converted directly (without undergoing meiosis) into zygotes. What would be the genetic consequences?
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Chapter 2, question 22 : Two black guinea pigs were mated and over several years produced 29 black and 9 white offspring. Explain these results, giving the genotypes of the parents and the offspring.
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Alternate question 22 : Two black guinea pigs were mated and over several years produced 30 black and 1 white offspring. Explain these results, giving the genotypes of the parents and the offspring.
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Chapter 2, question 27 : In Arabidopsis , a geneticist performs a mutagenesis screen for mutants that lack trichomes. He identifies two mutant plants (A and B). Each plant is crossed separately to a wild-type plant (contianing trichomes). The F1 had trichomes. When the F1 were crossed, the F2 had the resulting phenotypic ratios:
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course AGRY 320 taught by Professor Stewert during the Spring '09 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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