Genetics Project                 by Mollyanne NealM rs . M attes pe ri od 8 Bio lo gy
Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of allel...
Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of allel...
Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of allel...
Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of allel...
Independent AssortmentVWD in DobermansClear, Carrier, Affected
Independent Assortment Clear              CC (CC)               CC        CCCarrier    C (Cc)      c               Cc     ...
Incomplete DominanceIncomplete dominance is a form of intermediateinheritance in which one allele for a specific traitis n...
Incomplete DominanceBuckskin/Dun color in horsesWhen black & bay colors crossNeither is 100% dominantCombined, they produc...
Co-DominanceA gene that causes the homozygous form to lookdifferent than the wild type and the heterozygousform to have tr...
Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
Multiple AllelesAny of a set of three or more alleles, oralternative states of a gene, only two of which canbe present in ...
Multiple AllelesHuman blood types are an example of multiplealleles
Polygenic TraitsA trait that is controlled by a group of non-allelicgenes.
Polygenic TraitsThe “sooty” color in horses is a polygenic traitIt is a dark concentration
Bibliography“Basic Principles of Genetics: Mendel’s Genetics.” Anthro-Palomar. Web. 06Mar. 2012. <http://anthro.palomar.ed...
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    1. 1. Genetics Project by Mollyanne NealM rs . M attes pe ri od 8 Bio lo gy
    2. 2. Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of alleles is independent ofother genes on non-homologouschromosomes.
    3. 3. Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of alleles is independent ofother genes on non-homologouschromosomes.
    4. 4. Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of alleles is independent ofother genes on non-homologouschromosomes.
    5. 5. Independent AssortmentThe random distribution ofchromosomes to gametes duringmeiosis. The distribution of onepair of alleles is independent ofother genes on non-homologouschromosomes.
    6. 6. Independent AssortmentVWD in DobermansClear, Carrier, Affected
    7. 7. Independent Assortment Clear CC (CC) CC CCCarrier C (Cc) c Cc CcAffected (cc)
    8. 8. Incomplete DominanceIncomplete dominance is a form of intermediateinheritance in which one allele for a specific traitis not completely dominant over the other allele
    9. 9. Incomplete DominanceBuckskin/Dun color in horsesWhen black & bay colors crossNeither is 100% dominantCombined, they produce said color
    10. 10. Co-DominanceA gene that causes the homozygous form to lookdifferent than the wild type and the heterozygousform to have traits of both
    11. 11. Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
    12. 12. Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
    13. 13. Co-DominanceIn these flowers, the colors are both present, butneither is ruling out the otherThey are not blending
    14. 14. Multiple AllelesAny of a set of three or more alleles, oralternative states of a gene, only two of which canbe present in a diploidSo there are genes/traits present, but theoffspring do not have all of them
    15. 15. Multiple AllelesHuman blood types are an example of multiplealleles
    16. 16. Polygenic TraitsA trait that is controlled by a group of non-allelicgenes.
    17. 17. Polygenic TraitsThe “sooty” color in horses is a polygenic traitIt is a dark concentration
    18. 18. Bibliography“Basic Principles of Genetics: Mendel’s Genetics.” Anthro-Palomar. Web. 06Mar. 2012. <http://anthro.palomar.edu/mendel/mendel_1.htm>.“Biology Forum.” Life Science Reference. Web. 08 Mar. 2012. <http://www.biology-online.org/>.“Independent Assortment.” - Definition from Biology-Online.org. BiologyOnline. Web. 06 Mar. 2012. <http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Independent_assortment>.“Independent Assortment of Alleles.” Welcome to Sumanas, Inc. Web. 06Mar. 2012. <http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/animations/content/independentassortment.html>.
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