• Genetics
    pedigree, is cystic fibrosis inherited as a dominant or as a recessive trait? Explain how you made your conclusion using evidence from the pedigree and the principles of genetics. -Cystic fibrosis is inherited as a recessive trait. Each child of 2 carriers has a ¼ chance of inheriting 2 recessive...
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  • Sci/230 Genetics
    Key: male affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected female Generation I II III IV V Pedigree showing inheritance of cystic fibrosis A Questions: 1. According to the pedigree, is cystic fibrosis inherited as a dominant or as a recessive...
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  • Genetics Worksheet
    pedigree, is cystic fibrosis inherited as a dominant or as a recessive trait? Explain how you made your conclusion using evidence from the pedigree and the principles of genetics. The pedigree shows that cystic fibrosis is a recessive trait. This is shown by having one cystic fibrosis gene and having...
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    affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected male Female affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected female Generation I II III IV V Pedigree showing inheritance of cystic fibrosis A Key: Male affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected male Female affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected...
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  • Genetics
    Questions: 1. According to the pedigree, is cystic fibrosis inherited as a dominant or as a recessive trait? Explain how you made your conclusion using evidence from the pedigree and the principles of genetics. Cystic fibrosis is a recessive trait. If you have one CF gene and one non-CF...
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  • Genetics Worksheet
    affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected female Generation I II III IV V Pedigree showing inheritance of cystic fibrosis A Key: Male affected with cystic fibrosis Unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected...
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  • Genetics Worksheet
    affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected female Generation I II III IV V Pedigree showing inheritance of cystic fibrosis A Key: male affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected...
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  • Papers
    Key: male affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected male female affected with cystic fibrosis unaffected female Generation I II III IV V Pedigree showing inheritance of cystic fibrosis A Questions: 1. According to the pedigree, is cystic fibrosis inherited as a dominant or as a recessive...
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  • Essay
    2 Single Gene Inheritance WORKING WITH THE FIGURES (The first 14 questions require inspection of text figures.) 1. In the left-hand part of Figure 2-4, the red arrows show selfing as pollination within single flowers of one F1 plant. Would the same F2 results be produced by cross-pollinating...
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  • Essay
    a.|peas show easily observed variations in a number of characters, such as pea shape and flower color.| b.|it is possible to control matings between different pea plants.| c.|it is possible to obtain large numbers of progeny from any given cross.| d.|peas have an unusually long generation time.| ...
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  • Fhftghf
    Principles of Biology I Exam 4 Review Questions 1. What is the difference between a genotype and a phenotype? 2. Write the genotype of a homozygous recessive, homozygous dominant, and heterozygous pea plant using the trait flower color (p). 3. Different versions of a gene are called ____________...
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  • Review Genetics
    flower position and stem length (AaTt) are allowed to selfpollinate, and 400 of the resulting seeds are planted. Draw a Punnett square for this cross. How many offspring would be predicted to have terminal flowers and be dwarf? (See Table 14.1.) 1. According to the law of independent assortment,...
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  • Biology Revision for Cells
    1. What is an allele? You said: A pair of genes that code for a certain characteristic 2. Which of the following is an example of a genetic condition? Cystic fibrosis . 3. You need two copies of the faulty allele to have cystic fibrosis. This means that the allele is: Recessive 4. Where are chromosomes...
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  • Physics lab
    Lab 2: Mendelian Genetics Why do you share traits similar to the ones that your parents have? Why is it that a certain trait that your father has was passed to your siblings, but not to you? These questions were asked for hundreds of years. Traits are simply different forms of a character. For instance...
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  • Foundations of Genetics
    traits have “stronger tendency” to show than others. However, Mendel counted every flower and offspring that exhibited a trait. Mendel also performed very detailed statistical analysis and carefully documented the results and mathematical relationships from one generation to the next. Gregor Mendel’s experiments...
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  • Case assignment
    waiting room that Greg struck up a conversation with Olga, who was waiting for her uncle to finish his exam and receive an injection of clotting factor. Like Jeff, Olga’s uncle also suffered from hemophilia A due to factor viii deficiency. Beginning with this common experience, Jeff and Olga quickly fell...
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  • Ap Biology Learning Objectives Ch 14
    (due Friday 130222) Total points: 20 for Attempt on all questions ONE Concept Map: 10 points Objectives Gregor Mendel’s Discoveries 1. Explain how Mendel’s particulate mechanism differed from the blending theory of inheritance. • Blending: parents genes mixed • Particulate: parents genes...
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  • Genetics Test
    peas show easily observed variations in a number of characters, such as pea shape and flower color. b. it is possible to completely control matings between different pea plants. c. it is possible to obtain large numbers of progeny from any given cross. d. peas have an unusually long generation time....
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  • Bio 2 Notes
    1. E.g. unicellular forms 2. E.g. in asexual multicellular form ii. Development 3. Cell division of zygote iii. Growth 4. Cellular division increases sizes of structure iv. Tissue Maintenance and Repair 5. Wound...
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  • Swag
    1  Mendel  used  the  scientific  approach  to  identify  two  laws of  inheritance 2. One  of  the  keys  to  success  for  Mendel  was  using  pea  plants.  Explain  how using pea plants  allowed  Mendel  to  control  mating;  that  is,  how  did  this approach let Mendel be positive about  the  exact  characteristics  of  each ...
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