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Dicentric 17 a reciprocal translocation in a wild

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Dicentric 17. A reciprocal translocation in a wild species of strawberry was discovered. The normal gene content was: The translocation gave rise to chromosomes: The reciprocal translocation heterozygote can be diagrammed as: Which chromatids, attached to their respective centromeres, must separate from one another at anaphase I to form viable meiotic products? A) N1 and T1 separate from N2 and T2. B) N1 separates from N2, T1, and T2. C) N2 and T1 separate from N1 and T2. D) T1 separates from T2, N1, and N2. E) N1 and N2 separate from T1 and T2. 19. In a tetraploid species, an individual with genotype B/b/b/b was crossed with an individual with genotype b/b/b/b . What is the expected genotypic ratio in the offspring?
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Evolutionary Genetics A) 1:16 B) 1:8 C) 1:4 D) 1:3 E) 1:2 F) 1:1 Open-Ended Questions 1. A plant trisomic for a chromosome carrying the A gene has the genotype A/a/a . What gametes would this plant produce and in what proportions? 2. A couple has a phenotypically normal son who, upon inspection of his sex chromosomes, is found to be XYY. In what parent, and in what meiotic division, could the
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