Genetics Practice 2

B using drosophila notation show the offspring

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Unformatted text preview: - eyed Wild- type Brown- eyed Black- eyed Counts females females females males males males Observed a) 0 40 0 52 0 0 How is the black- eyed trait inherited? b) Using Drosophila notation, show the offspring genotype for each gender: Male: Female: Suppose you discovered a new mutation in Drosophila melanogaster and called it bow- legged and were able to culture a population of true- breeding bow- legged flies. To test the inheritance of bowed legs, you mated bow- legged females with wild- type males, and obtained the following offspring in the table below: Offspring Counts Wild- type females Bow- legged females Wild- type males Bow- legged males Observed b) 18 0 How is the bow- legged trait inherited? b) Using Drosophila notation, show the offspring genotype for each gender: Male: Female: 0 60...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2014 for the course BS 162 taught by Professor Pamelarasmussen during the Spring '12 term at Michigan State University.

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