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Genetics Project

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Genetics Project

  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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