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    Fruit Flies Lab Report

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    wing in the male completely cover up the recessive vestigial wing in the female traits. The data was able to support the statement above because based on the data, there was only two phenotype and they both have normal wing for the male and the female. Fruit flies does…

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    Genotype Plasticity

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    There are various factors that can change how a phenotype is displayed. Although DNA has decided what way different traits should appear they don't always appear the way they should based on other factors. The different factors are dominant and recessive genes, Multiple Genes, New Gene Mutation, Phenotypic Range, and Phenotype Plasticity. There are several factors that are not environmental that can effect the way a phenotype is displayed. An example of Dominant and Recessive genes are eye…

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    Solidago Altissim Analysis

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    Methods Solidago altissim were collected from fields in Saratoga County in early spring 2015 and dried at room temperature for at least five months. The diameter of the largest circumference of each of the 84 dried galls was measured. Each gall was weighed and inspected for holes. If Eurosta were successful, there would be one or more fly emergence holes of 2.0 mm. If birds had preyed upon the galls there would be one or more larger jagged hole(s) from birds pecking into the gall to extract…

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    There was a school friend in my village. We were of similar phenotype (height, weight etc) and same age except the fact that we were not twins. In studies we both were average but in sports he was very good in kabaddi and football. I assumed that some super natural powers contributed to his skills. Over the years especially during my years as student of genetics, did I realize that the supernatural power must have been the genes. My school friend, after few years, because of personal reasons…

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    why Drosophila melanogaster is an important organism to understand eukaryotic genetics which was accomplished by first observing the sex of the flies and distinguishing between wild type and vestigial wing phenotypes. We also determined whether the allele that caused the vestigial wing phenotype is sex- linked or autosomal and either dominant or recessive from flies that were in the F1 generation. Our data collected by observing the sex of the F1 generation and creating a punnett square…

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    Genetics Down Syndrome

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    Genetics To Down Syndrome Genetics describes the makeup of our cells, genes, chromosomes, and phenotypes. When there is alter in a gene or a duplication of a chromosome, it can lead to a certain diseases. One of the main diseases known today from a duplication of a chromosome is Down syndrome. John Down first put a name to Down syndrome in 1866, but artifacts from Mexico and Saxon documented some cases of Down syndrome in individuals, and also some were found in paintings of the Renaissance in…

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    TAZ Synthesis

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    Abstract Tafazzin, encoded by the TAZ gene, is a mitochondrial membrane-associated protein that remodels cardiolipin (CL), an important mitochondrial phospholipid. CL is essential for proper mitochondrial structure and function, ensuring proper functioning of energy production and apoptosis. TAZ mutations are associated with the X-linked metabolic disorder, Barth syndrome (BTHS). BTHS is a lipid metabolic disorder that affects mitochondria that is often fatal in infancy and early childhood, due…

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    Fruit Fly Research Paper

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    The F_1 offspring that unhatched now have different phenotype and need to be identified. The fruit flies are first immobilized, then the anesthetized flies are poured out of the vials on a sheet of paper and manipulated with a paintbrush (Glick, Neimeier and Aiello). The fruit flies’ gender and phenotypes are identified using a dissecting microscope. When the flies gender and phenotype are properly identified and counted, the information is recorded on sheet of paper…

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    Genetic Disruptions

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    complicated relationships and interactions that affect the phenotype of an organism. Possible genetic variations include nonsynonymous mutations, deletion of coding sequences, translocations, transposable element insertions, alterations within introns and disruption of regulatory elements, as examples. These alterations can cause a range of phenotypic effects from no effect to cell death for essential genes. Disruptions that result in an essential phenotype are typically important to core…

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    Beetle Selection Report

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    Results Exercise 1a reproduced the outcome of 30 beetle population size that has a ratio of 1:1:1 in red, orange and yellow phenotypes and indistinguishable predation ratio (1:1:1) over 20 generations. 3 trials out of 4 showed an analogous trend, the highest frequency of alleles is the yellow phenotype after the 14th generation in trial 2 and 3 and 13th generation in trial 4, making the overall surviving beetle population by 20 generations. The red beetle population showed a drastic extinction…

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