With their offspring so they are less valuable so you

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with their offspring (so they are less valuable), so you and brother will compete for parents resources, but parents are 50% to you and brother so you two are equal
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Group Selection A theory that is NOT TRUE , only true under very special circumstances Wanted to see if adaption evolved for the benefit of the group ^ won’t talk about it much in class Mendel’s Laws Principle of segregation (1 st law): alleles separate from each other in formation of gametes (sex cells) Principle of independent assortment (2 nd law): also called crossing over, once the genes split, they cross over to allow different alleles to flip over to give us different combinations of alleles (traits) Overall: genes split (1 st law) then cross over (2 nd law) Homozygous vs. heterozygous Homozygous : same, 2 copies of same allele Heterozygous : different, 1 copy of each allele Probability of Inheritance- Punnets Squares 2 different homozygous individuals who mate produce 4 heterozygote individuals 2 heterozygote individuals produce: 25% homozygous of yellow, 25% green and 50% homozygous Probability of Inheritance Big letter= dominant, small=recessive Expressing A trait here, is 75% 50% chance of being a carrier of the recessive trait (Aa and Aa) but not being recessive 25% chance of not carrying recessive allele (AA) Being only a carrier = its being expressed as the dominant form
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