Ketones and Aldehydes
1) Which of the following correctly describes the bond angle and hybridizations present in
A) C, sp2; O, sp3; HCO, ~120
B) C, sp2; O, sp2; HCO, ~120
C) C, sp2; O, sp2; HCO, ~109.5
D) C, sp3; O, sp2; HCO, ~109.5
E) C, sp
A fundamental problem in human genetics
today is locating and identifying the specific
gene responsible for a given genetic disease.
However, the disease is just a phenotype, and
gene responsible for that phenotype might be
Mendel worked with traits that were all discrete, either/or traits: yellow or
green, round or wrinkled, etc. Different alleles gave clearly distinguishable
However, many traits dont fall into discrete
1. What is the structure of stearic acid?
2. What is the structure of oleic acid?
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Practice DNA Sequence Analysis Worksheet:
Please answer the following questions for your assigned practice sequence (DO NOT
USE TRACK CHANGES):
Practice Sequence Number: _
1. At what base pair (bp) does the good quality sequenc
GENETICS 380 LECTURE 6:
Studying heredity in humans is challenging:
- cant test a hypothesis in humans by setting up crosses
- difficult to see Mendelian ratios in family with few progeny
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GENETICS PROBLEM SET #2
Hemophilia is a recessive sex-linked (X-linked) disease that involves failure of the blood
to clot normally.
A. A female hemophiliac and a normal male meet and marry. What is the genotype
of these individuals?
B. What is/are the
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DNA Technology Debate
You are tasked with researching and debating a topic related to DNA Technology that in recent years has
undergone some controversy; Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and Gene Therapy. You will be
GENETICS 380 LECTURE 1:
Principle of Segregation
Main Points to Consider
1. Gregor Mendel
- who is he?
- what did he do?
- gene vs allele vs locus vs chromosome
- genotype vs phenotype
- dominant v