Understand why the phenotype of an individual does not always reveal its

Understand why the phenotype of an individual does

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7.Understand why the phenotype of an individual does not always reveal its genotype – look back at number 3!!!
9.Understand and apply basic principles of heredity in crossesperform Punnett square (predicts the ratios of the offspring in a cross)obe able to apply rules of probability to compute expected genotypic or phenotypic ratios in a cross 2 ¼ = ¾
12.Understand that independent assortment is related to meiosis 13.Recall that not all genes assort independently & recall what linkage is 14.Recall that sex is often determined by sex chromosomes & understand how sex inheritance works in mammals
15. Recall that not all organisms have chromosomes that determine sex Sex of turtles are determined by temperature where eggs are hatched (environmental sex determination) 16. Understand that X-linked genes are special and be able to apply your understanding of how sex-linked inheritance works X-linked genes are special (Female XX, Male XY) Recessive x-linked genes are more likely expressed in males since they only have one X chromosome. o E.g. color blindness: a female would need the recessive an allele on both x chromosomes whereas a male only needs one o

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