Lecture Assignment 1

Lecture Assignment 1 - each chromosome in your drawings 1...

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Biology 202 Homework 1 Due: Monday, January 30 Please follow the directions below for all homework assignments: Homework assignments are to be turned in by 3:00 on the day they are due. Please turn the homework assignments in to me, either in person (in class or office hours) or in my mailbox in the Biology main office. Don’t hand them in to your T.A. or put them under any doors. I will not accept late homework assignments. IMPORTANT: When you turn in your homework, put only the answers on a cover sheet and staple pages that include the work you’ve done to answer the problems. Please type as much of your cover sheet as possible. These guidelines make grading much faster and you will get homework back faster. You must include your work, as this will be checked for some problems. If you don’t follow this format, you will lose one point on that homework assignment. Use the figure below to answer questions 1 and 2. Please use the pattern associated with
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Unformatted text preview: each chromosome in your drawings. 1. Assume independent assortment occurs so that, depending on the meiotic event, members of a homologous pair can line up on either side of the metaphase plate. Draw all possible meiotic products that can occur from this cell. 2. Draw meiotic products resulting from crossing over between chromosomes 2A and 2B. Just show one crossover event and include all possibilities given independent assortment. 3. Consider a cell with a diploid number of 6 (2N=6): a. How many chromosomes are present in one cell at the end of meiosis I? b. How many sister chromatids are present in the cell described in part a.? 1A 1B 2A 2B c. Is the cell described part a. diploid or haploid? 4. Compare mitosis and meiosis by completing the table below: Mitosis Meiosis Number of cell divisions involved Number of daughter cells Daughter cells chromosome content (haploid or diploid) Type of cells involved (somatic vs. germline)...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIOL 202 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at New Mexico.

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