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    melanogaster and the chi-squared analysis to test the hypothesis. Cross 1- Male and Female offspring virtually the same, however there are more non-recombinants than there are recombinants. (points to linkage) Cross 2- Major disproportions in phenotypes between genders, suggesting x-linkage. Also, very few recombinants. Cross 3- Male and Female offspring virtually the same, clearly follows…

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    Irx3

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    expressed nearly two times higher than is IRX1(Brown). So using IRX3 as a model, shown in Figure 1C, the top 25 genes that were most related to IRX3 were the ones chosen for further analysis(Brown). Of these 25 genes, 9 were not linked to a particular phenotype, leaving 16 genes to analyze(Brown). From this groupings of genes, some had function in cellulose content, stem development, xylan deficiency, carbohydrate composition, or sugar content (Brown). This was a…

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    The major mythical aspect of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban not surprisingly violates the fundamental principles of science. This novel incorporates several ideas that do not have a scientific basis, for example the concept of “transfiguration”, the ability of humans to transform into animals. However, from the standpoint of evolutionary biology, Azkaban provides examples of evolution in practice, including gene expression and hybrid species. It also includes characters…

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    is known as their phenotype, and whatever alleles the kitten has is known as their genotype. If the kitten’s genotype is two dominant alleles, then that’s what their phenotype will be. This is known as having a homozygous genotype. If a kitten’s genotype is the the two recessive alleles, then that is what their phenotype will be. This is known as a homozygous recessive genotype. However, if a kitten’s genotype is one recessive allele and one dominant allele, than their phenotype will be of the…

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    Punnett Squares Lab Report

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    effective for experiencing the breeding of traits in a realistic simulation and correlating these visual presentations into the Punnett Squares. The objective of this lab was to notice and explore the key differences between genotype and phenotype. Where phenotype is the physical characteristics of a trait, and genotypes are all the possible genetic combinations an organism can obtain from its parental generation. Two mice were used in this experiment, and these two mice were the parental…

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    Trisomy 21 Dd

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    The knowing of these gene functions and their contribution for DS phenotype are fundamental for the understanding of the syndrome and for providing basis for the planning of therapeutic strategies to improve the quality of life of DS individuals. The first and most accepted hypothesis for DS phenotype is that the triple genes are “overexpressed” and the imbalance of genes on chromosome 21 is why there is molecular dysfunctions in DS…

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    INTRODUCTION ` Human Sexual dimorphism as its basic element of identity is genetically determined and determines the natural path of social development and cultural heritage. Complementarity of the morphological phenotype characteristics and behavioral of the men and women is part of the genetic program of human nature-oriented implementation of the basic tasks to fulfill in life, which is to have offspring, which in turn is, related to its fertility. This consists of the ability to produce…

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    Fruit Fly Lab Report

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    experiment was to learn more and be able to understand the Mendelian Genetics. We did an actual cross of fruit fly (drosophila melanogaster) such as the monohybrid, dihybrid, X-linked A, X-linked B and three points cross. Finally, we learned how the phenotype is passes from the parent of fruit fly (drosophila melanogaster) to the offspring and we are able to do the test precision of the 3:1(monohybrid) and 9:3:3:1(Dihybrid) ratios. The model of fruit fly (drosophila melanogaster) is a really…

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    Sickle Cell Anaemia

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    this process carries on until a stop codon is reached (OCR, 2008). The process whereby AA are bought and a peptide bond forms between them is called protein synthesis. The final protein that is made during protein synthesis causes the phenotype. The term phenotype refers to the observable characteristics of an individual e.g. eye colour, hair colour or shape of…

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    occurs when two separate ova are fertilized by two sperm and produce two zygotes. 1 Discussion Question: Is the Punnett square the only way to determine offspring phenotypes? A phenotype is a noticeable attribute. In my opinion, the Punnett square is the only thing that is able to predict an offspring’s phenotype. For example, scientists want to figure out how one child has a different eye color than his three siblings, his mother, and his father. The child has green eyes and the…

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