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Alleles are often denoted by capital and lowercase versions of the same letter, but they can also be denoted by completely different letters (especially when a trait is polymorphic). In this lab, we will use different letters for each allele. The black allele (K) is dominant to the light blue allele (E). Fill out the following genotypes using the dominant allele K and the recessive allele E. Homozygous dominant KK Heterozygous KE Homozygous recessive EE Answer 1: KK Answer 2: KE Answer 3: EE Question 3 1 / 1 pts This image shows the initial distribution of bonobo alleles on a map of the DRC Fill out the table with the number of individuals (numbered boxes) with the homozygous dominant, heterozygous, and homozygous recessive genotypes. Then calculate the frequency of each allele.
Remember that each bead is an allele and a pair of alleles represents the genotype of an individual bonobo. Frequency of K allele: Calculate as (Number of K alleles / Total alleles) x 100 Frequency of E allele: Calculate as (Number of E alleles / Total alleles) x 100 Homozygous dominant Heterozygous Homozygous recessive Frequency of K allele Frequency of E allele Initial group (50) 13 24 13 50
50 Post-disaster (20) Post-unrest (10) Answer 1: 13 Answer 2: 24 Answer 3:
13 Answer 4: 50 Answer 5: 50 To control sound, use the volume button. For captions, use the "CC" button. If the video won't load, try a different browser or click here (Links to an external site.) Question 4 1 / 1 pts Post Disaster Group 20 bonobos Fill out the table with the second generation demographics, including the number of individuals (numbered boxes) with the homozygous dominant, heterozygous, and homozygous recessive genotypes. Then calculate the frequency of each allele. Remember that each bead is an allele and a pair of alleles represents the genotype of an individual bonobo. Frequency of K allele: Calculate as (Number of K alleles / Total alleles) x 100 Frequency of E allele: Calculate as (Number of E alleles / Total alleles) x 100
Homozygous dominant Heterozygous Homozygous recessive Frequency of K allele Frequency of E allele Initial group (50) 13 24 13 50% 50% Post-disaster (20) 7 6
7 50 50 Post-unrest (10) Answer 1: 7 Answer 2: 6 Answer 3: 7 Answer 4: 50 Answer 5: 50
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