Mendelian 2

Individual 5 might be homozygous dominant perfect

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Unformatted text preview: ozygous Generation 2: 1: recessive, 2: heterozygous, 3 : homozygous, 4: heterozygous, 5: heterozygous, 6: recessive, 7 and 8: ? What is the probability that II- 7 is a heterozygote? 2/3 because in the punnet square of 1:2:1, you can eliminate the recessive 25%, thus of the 75% remaining, 2/3 probability would be heterozygous. Why are none of the fourth generation affected? Individual 5 might be homozygous dominant Perfect Mendelian ratios might not have happene...
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This document was uploaded on 03/23/2014 for the course BIO 152 at Georgetown.

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