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Bio- genetics: Complete Dominance Name: ­­­­­ HrBio- genetics: Complete Dominance Name: ­­­­­ Hr
Dna- our chromosomes come in pairs, one from mom and one from dad. In Biology, when we study genetics, we study the science behind the genes. Tongue rolling
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HBio- genetics: Complete Dominance Name: HrHBio- genetics: Complete Dominance Name: Hr
Dna- our chromosomes come in pairs, one from mom and one from dad. In Biology, when we study genetics, we study the science behind the genes. Tongue rolling
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T tt t vgec: Teacher NotesT tt t vgec: Teacher Notes
An activity that allows students to examine a range of traits and use an Excel spreadsheet to work out how ‘special’ their combination of traits makes them within a given population. Tongue rolling
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Monohybrid Cross Problems 2012/13- directionsMonohybrid Cross Problems 2012/13- directions
In chimpanzees, straight fingers (S) are dominant to bent fingers. Complete a punnett sq to show the genotypes and phenotypes expected for the following cross: heterozygous straight x homozygous bent. Tongue rolling
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Genetic ProblemsGenetic Problems
Are dominant over blue (b)*. A brown-eyed man marries a blue-eyed woman and they have three children, two of whom are brown-eyed and one of whom is blue-eyed. Draw the Punnett square that illustrates this marriage. Tongue rolling
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Genes are the basic unit of inheritance by which characteristics are passed on from one generation to anotherGenes are the basic unit of inheritance by which characteristics are passed on from one generation to another
Dna-deoxyribonucleic acid, contains instructions in the form of 4 chemicals which act as code letters. Tongue rolling
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In birds, males are XX and females are xyIn birds, males are XX and females are xy
Use this information to explain why recessive, sex-linked characteristics are more common in female birds than in male birds. Tongue rolling
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Probability and Genetics Topics ProbabilityProbability and Genetics Topics Probability
In humans, there are 23 pairs of homologous chromosomes. We each received chromosome numbers 1 through 23 from our mother, and 1 through 23 from our father. Tongue rolling
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Extension: Family Genetics You and Your ParentsExtension: Family Genetics You and Your Parents
Kyle has Brown hair (BB) from his mom, if it is combined with Blonde hair (bb), which came from both my Mom and Dad (mostly my dad), the only result would be Bb. That equals light brown/dirty blonde hair. Tongue rolling
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Activity 3: Do Your Ears Hang Low? IntroductionActivity 3: Do Your Ears Hang Low? Introduction
In either case, when both alleles for a trait are identical, they are referred to as homozygous, from the Greek words “homo” (meaning “same”) and “zygote”. Tongue rolling
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Applied genetics gene-chromosome theoryApplied genetics gene-chromosome theory
Dna, which is the genetic material for all life on earth. Tongue rolling
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Traits. The colors of hair and eyes are examples of traits. Offspring inherit traits from the genes passed on to them by their parents. HeredityTraits. The colors of hair and eyes are examples of traits. Offspring inherit traits from the genes passed on to them by their parents. Heredity
Heredity is the passing of traits from parents to offspring. Gregor Mendel may have been the first person to study heredity. He lived in Austria during the 1800’s. Mendel learned about heredity by studying the traits of pea plants. Tongue rolling
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Assignment 9Assignment 9
Read the descriptions of alternate sex determination systems, then write a short essay that answers the following questions. Tongue rolling
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