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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alvah O'Conner IV on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 211 at Iowa State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see /class/214534/biol-211-iowa-state-university in Biology at Iowa State University.




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Date Created: 09/27/15
Leader Jenny Genetlcs Course Biology 211 Supplemental Instruction Instructor Roe Iowa State UnIverSIty Date Sunday March 29 2009 1 Equot W 5 U 9 A truebreeding tall purple owered pea plant TTPP is crossed with a truebreeding dwarf white owered plant ttpp What is the phenotype of the F1 generation What is the genotype of the F1 generation What four types of gametes are formed by the F1 plants Complete a dihybrid cross to determine the phenotypes of the F2 generation List the resultant phenotypes What is the ratio of tall to dwarf plants Of purple to white owered plants 8838 39D V For the following crosses determine the probability of obtaining the indicated genotype Blood typing has been used as evidence in paternity cases when the blood type of the mother and child may indicate that a man alleged to be the father could not possibly have fathered the child For the following mother and child combinations indicate which Man Group group In rabbits the homozygous CC is normal Cc results in rabbits with deformed legs and cc is lethal For a gene for coat color the genotype BB produces black Bb brown and bb a white coat Give the phenotypic ratio of offspring from a cross of a deformedleg brown rabbit with a deformedleg white rabbit Polydactyly eXtra ngers and toes is due to a dominant gene A father is polydactyl the mother has the normal phenotype and they have had one normal child What is the genotype of the father Of the mother What is the probability that a second child will have the normal number of digits Two truebreeding varieties of garden peas are crossed One parent had red aXial owers and the other had white terminal owers All F1 individuals had red terminal owers If 100 F2 offspring were counted how many of them would you eXpect to have red aXial owers


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