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Art and Photos in PowerPoint Concepts of Genetics Ninth Edition Klug Cummings Spencer Palladino Chapter 4 Extensions of Mendelian Genetics 41 Alleles Alter Phenotypes in Different Ways We ve focused on complete dominance but there are many ways that genotype and phenotype can be related 42 Geneticists Use a Variety of Symbols for Alleles The simplest is capital letters for the completely dominant allele and lower case for the recessive allele If you are confused by nomenclature suggest you rewrite things to make them simpler 43 Neither Allele ls Dominant In Incomplete or Partial Dominance In incomplete dominance the heterozygote has a phenotype intermediate between the two possible homozygotes W mm minim m Figure41 43 Neither Allele ls Dominant In Incomplete or Partial Dominance Whether an allele is completely dominant or incompletely dominant can depend upon the phenotype eg TaySachs disease 43 NeitherAIIeIe Is Dominant In Incomplete or Partial Dominance eg TaySachs disease m y 39 39 39 individuals and only those individuals die very early in the rst few years of life lncompletely dominant phenotype heterozygotes have al as much hexosaminidase A enzyme activity as dominant homozygotes 44 In Codominance the Influence of Both Alleles in a Heterozygote Is Clearly Evident 441 The MN Blood Group Individuals can express the M glycoprotein the N glycoprotein or both glycoproteins 45 Multiple Alleles ofa Gene May Exist in a Population 451 The ABC Blood Groups 452 The A and B Antigens Individuals can express the A antigen the B antigen both antigens or neither antigen TABLE 1 P 2 is Phenotypes in the Offspring of Parents with All Possible ABO Blood Group Combinations Assuming Heterozygosity Whenever Possible Parents Potential OFFSPring Phenotypes Genotypes A B AB 0 A x A Iquot i0 X i 0 34 7 7 14 5 gtlt B I I0 X IB 0 34 14 Oxo IOIOXIOID 7 7 7 all AXB I IOXIBO 14 14 14 14 AXAE WaxAI 12 14 14 7 AgtltO MaxOI 12 7 7 12 BgtltAB IBIOXIAIE 14 12 14 Bgtlto FlaxOla 7 12 7 12 AB x 0 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yellowish pink light mottled orange deep ruby ne grain yellow mottling light pink Tnbe42 46 Lethal Alleles often Represent Essential Genes Essential is defined as necessary for viability 461 Recessive Lethal Mutations Dominant alleles can sometimes also have recessive lethal phenotypes Envy mama ea m mmquot inc cross A cross a Cross c p k x Emi 12 gtlt m agouti agouti yellow yellnw agouti yellow agou l l l agouli yellow l v I H agouti yellow yellow lemal l l 2 3 Yellow 12 agouti lill39SEZ l39lL 3 59W 12 yellow SUMWVS All survive agnuti mouse vallow mouse Envy mama ea m mmquot inc Figure 44 46 Lethal Alleles Represent Essential Genes 462 Dominant Lethal Mutations The yellow allele of agouti AV is dominant for coat color but it is also recessive lethal So we never see AYAY homozygotes and we see a 21 ratio of yellow to agouti in when AAY heterozygotes are crossed Envy mama ea m mmquot inc 47 Combinations of Two Gene Pairs With Two Modes of Inheritance Modify the 9331 Ratio Envy vMemm e m 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vMemm easanEducmlan lnc Figure 411 10 albino albino green Pea Squash Chicken while colored Mouse white colored whilespotted triangular 616 scaly and 315 red black W mm mamch inc Figured 410 Expression of a Single Gene May Have Multiple Effects This phenomenon is called pleiotropy Many genes are pleiotropic let s discuss PKU as an example using OMIM at httpwwwncbinmnihgov Envy vMemm e m mum inc 11


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