Lecture 2: Genetics and Cell Biology- Chapter 1
Q: to what extent do we need to know the details of cell biology for the midterm? ie
the major organelles/structures of the cell and their functions
1. The chemical composition of a cell
a. 4 Major Macromole
BIOL 2601 Lab Quiz 2 Study Guide
LAB 4: Dihybrid Cross In Yeast
Mendels Law of Segregation:
o For each trait (gene), each organism carries 2 factors (alleles). Each of the organisms
gametes/sex cells carries only one of these factors. The gametes only ha
BIOL 2601 Lab Quiz 3 Study Guide
*Need to know a lot from the pre-labs for this one.
*Study this info, from the pre-labs, and also info from your lab book !
LAB 8: An Introduction to Molecular Genetics
Part 1: DNA Extraction
o To isolate DNA, you must pu
Lecture 6- Advanced Transmission Genetics
Interactions between alleles (the same gene!)
1. Multiple alleles
a. Any one (diploid) person will have only 2 alleles BUT that doesnt
mean that there are only 2 alleles possible for any gene.
Lecture 7- Advanced Transmission Genetics Pt 2- GENE interactions
Interactions between genes
Chapters 4.2,4.3, 21.1
a. Epistasis- when the effect of one gene overrides the effect of another.
i. A consequence of genes working in pathways