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Using a Punnett square, work out the probable ratios for

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Problem 13.1.9

Using a Punnett square, work out the probable ratios for the phenotypes of offspring from a cross between a homozygous (TT) tall pea plant and a heterozygous (Tt) tall pea plant. (The tall phenotype is dominant.)

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Chapter 22  Infectious agents o Pathogenic – cause damage or possible death to the host organism they invade o 5 categories  Bacteria  Viruses  Fungi  Protozoans  Multicellular parasites  Bacteria o Single-celled organisms o 1-2 um o Enclosed by a plasma membrane and cell wall o Prokaryotic cells o Cocci – spherical o Bacilli – rodlike o Coiled – spirilla o Some cause disease, most do not  Some have increase virulence – ability to cause serious illness because of an external, sticky polysaccharide capsule  So

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Textbook: BSCS Biology: A Molecular Approach
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Author: McGraw-hill education
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