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Genetics2

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  • 1. Continuum /Continua
  • 2. 170 cm 60 cm % of individuals 276 cmlength
  • 3. % of individuals 50cm 100cm 150cm 200cm 250cm 170 cm height 70 cm 2,47 cm 2010
  • 4. % of individuals 50cm 100cm 150cm 200cm 250cm 170 cm height 60 cm 2,47 cm 2013
  • 5. 170 cm He Pingping 73,66cm ROBERT WADLOW 2m, 76 cm % of individuals length
  • 6. 60 cm 2,47 cm
  • 7. 60 cm 2,47 cm 2,76 cm
  • 8. Potassium channel
  • 9. Thus the Chromosomes are in pairs, like the shoes And it is easy understand that we have inherited one set from the father trough the spermatozoid and the other set from the mother trough the ovule.
  • 10. This is the place that a gene occupies in a chromosome. There can only be one gen in one locus. This is the locus A These are the loci for de genes A,B,C,D,E,F,G AND H
  • 11. WITHOUT FISH SMELL FF
  • 12. WITHOUT FISH SMELL Ff
  • 13. WITH FISH SMELL ff
  • 14. F f ALLELES