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Inheritance Notes

by: Megan Foy

Inheritance Notes BIO 102

Megan Foy
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General Biology
Dr. Storfer

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Megan Foy on Thursday March 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIO 102 at Washington State University taught by Dr. Storfer in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 15 views.


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Date Created: 03/05/15
Inhernance Monday March 2 2015 1012 AM OOTD Narwhals Genes segment of DNA that codes for a particular protein Phenotype Description of physical appearance Genotype Genetic basis for appearance and other unseen traits Crossing over 0 During meiosis 39 Prophase 1 III Homologous ch romatids synapse III Then him chrom can cross over III Creates new ch rom combos III Can get genetic disorders III Sexual reproduction causes variation in offspring Crossing over Half from mom half from dad Locus location ofa particular gene on a chromosome Allele different forms of genes at a locus Homozygous 2 copies ofthe SAME allele Heterozygous 2 copies of DIFFERENT allele Diploid 2 copies of chromosomes and the genes on them 0 Dominant allele one dominant allele present in genotype automatically expressed in phenotype Recessive allele both copies on homologous chrom must be the same for the recessive gene to show up Codominant both copies are expressed 0 Ex Red in flower is dominant white recessive o Rr pinkflower Gregor Mendel o Austrian monk 0 Studies on plant hybridization inheritance o Laid foundation for modern genetics 0 Results published in 1865 butignored until much later 0 First experiment 39 White and purple pea flowers 0 Mendel39s principle of segregation 39 Process of meiosis followed by fertilization Heterozygous Pu n nett Sq uare R r R RR Rr r Rr rr 34 Dominant 14 Recessive


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