1103 K Exam II-Study guide part II

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1103 K Exam II Study Guide Part II **** Please review these topics before Tuesday’s class. ** And fill in this part of the test review prior to Tuesday as well!!!! inheritance gene loci, locus allele homozygous allele heterozygous allele hybrids self fertilization cross fertilization true breeding dominant recessive law of segregation genotype phenotype punnett square test cross Gregor Mendel Law of independent assortment incomplete dominance codominance poly genenic inheritage pedigrees carrier non disjunction 1) Albinism 2) Huntington’s disease 3) Turner Syndrome (XO) 4) Jacob’s syndrome (XXY) 5) Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome)
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1) What was Gregor Mendel’s five-part hypothesis? (ch 10.3) What was he trying to prove with that hypothesis? Give an example of proof that supports each of his hypotheses. Also, please explain what each of these parts suggest (this is thinking outside of the paragraph in the book).
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Please cross fertilize a true breeding purple pea flower with a true breeding white flower using a punnett square for F1 and F2 generations and list the results below. Purple flowers are dominant. 3) Please do the same with a smooth pea and wrinkle pea. Smooth peas are dominant. Ch 15 **** Please review these topics before Tuesday’s class (Ch 15- 15.2) ** And fill in this part of the test review prior to Tuesday as well!!!! 1) Species** 2) Gene pool 3) Allele frequency 4) Equilibrium population 5) Gene flow 6) Population 7) Mutation, list genetic processes that cause mutations i.e. nondisjunction 1) Genetic Drift 2) Population bottle neck 3) Founder Effect 4) Harvey Weinberg Principle...
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