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Review Question If two genes are 13 map units apart on a linkage map, what proportion of recombinant offspring will be s

Review Question If two genes are 13 map units apart on a linkage map, what proportion of recombinant offspring will be s

Review Question If two genes are 13 map units apart on a linkage map, what proportion of recombinant offspring will be seen in a testcross? What proportion of meioses experienced crossing over between to the two genes?. Two X-linked genes. Female Male w m w+ m+

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Download Lab. Handouts

Download Lab. Handouts

Download Lab. Handouts. Download Lab. #3 and Print out 3 files: http://www.mun.ca/biology/dinnes/B2250/B2250.html Quiz #2 Marks posted on Webpage. Mendelian Genetics. . . . Topics: -Transmission of DNA during cell division Mitosis and Meiosis - Segregation

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Conversions

Conversions

Conversions. 2. a) What does 1:250 000 mean?. It means that one unit on a map represents 250 000 units on Earth’s surface. Conversions continued. 2. b) What does 1:3 000 000 mean?. It means that one unit on a map represents 300 000 units on Earth’s surface.

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Evolution at Multiple Loci: Quantitative Genetics

Evolution at Multiple Loci: Quantitative Genetics

Evolution at Multiple Loci: Quantitative Genetics. I. Rediscovery of Mendel and Challenges to Natural Selection. Do traits that exhibit continuous variation have a genetic basis?

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What is the classification of the angle shown?

What is the classification of the angle shown?

What is the classification of the angle shown? . obtuse. What is the value of x ?. 5. What is the value of x in the figure below. 24. Angle 1 and angle 2 are supplementary. If m ∠1 = 63 ° what is m ∠2?. 117°.

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Lecture 6

Lecture 6

Lecture 6. Linkage. A geneticist isolates two mutations: キ A = tall キ a = short キ H = hairy キ h = no hair and constructs the following pure-breeding stocks: AAhh and aaHH Tall short No hair hairy

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Crossing over and map distance

Crossing over and map distance

Crossing over and map distance. Replicated chromosomes during meiosis are comprised of two sister chromatids. Crossovers occur between non-sister chromatids from homologous chromosomes, thereby producing recombinant haplotypes.

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Mental Maps

Mental Maps

Mental Maps. People and perceptions of the world. Making Sense of the World. Images of geographic space Based on: information and impressions “New Yorkers View of the World”. Mental Maps. Our perception of places are more important than reality .

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Bio 2970 Lab 6: Tetrad Analysis

Bio 2970 Lab 6: Tetrad Analysis

Bio 2970 Lab 6: Tetrad Analysis. Sarah VanVickle -Chavez. Tetrad Analysis. In some species of fungi, each meiotic tetrad is contained in a sac-like structure, called an ascus

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Biology 423 Research Paper: Genetics behind cloning of a human gene:

Biology 423 Research Paper: Genetics behind cloning of a human gene:

Biology 423 Research Paper: Genetics behind cloning of a human gene:. Topics due next week 1 page outlines due Oct. 29. Writing a scientific paper: Choose a topic: Pick a genetic disease for which the responsible gene has

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Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping

Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping

Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping. Genetics Spring 2014. Outline. Linkage and Recombination of Genes in a Chromosome.

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Life cycle of the fungus Neurospora

Life cycle of the fungus Neurospora

N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. Life cycle of the fungus Neurospora. Spore. Spore is haploid (N). Hyphae is haploid. Mitosis. Mitosis. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. N. 2N. 2N. 2N. N. N. N. N. N. N. 2N. 2N. Mitosis. 2N. 2N. Additional mitosis after meiosis.

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LINKAGE AND CHROMOSOME MAPPNG

LINKAGE AND CHROMOSOME MAPPNG

LINKAGE AND CHROMOSOME MAPPNG. Prepared by - RAKESH CHOUDHARY M.Sc.(AGRI) GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING. WELCOME. Linkage and Chromosome Mapping. Linkage and Chromosome Mapping.

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Patterns in Time

Patterns in Time

“… it is highly important for us to gain some notion, however imperfect, of the lapse of years.” Charles Darwin: On the Origin of Species 1859 Chapter 9: On the Imperfection of the Geological Record. Patterns in Time. DEEP TIME. Experience DEEP TIME… with its….

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Map Reading

Map Reading

Map Reading. Measuring the length and distance. Measuring straight line distance between two points. Join the two places with a straight line. Measure the length between them on the map with a ruler. 5.5 cm Identify the scale of the map: 1cm to 3.2 km

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Patterns in Time

Patterns in Time

“… it is highly important for us to gain some notion, however imperfect, of the lapse of years.” Charles Darwin: On the Origin of Species 1859 Chapter 9: On the Imperfection of the Geological Record. Patterns in Time. DEEP TIME. Experience DEEP TIME… with its….

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Maps

Maps

Maps. Evolution of Mapmaking. Babylonians – 2300 BC earliest surviving maps written on clay tablets. Aristotle – 384-322 BC demonstrated earth was spherical through maps.

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S CALE

S CALE

S CALE. S CALE. size of an object on a map compared to the actual object on the ground. may not be the same in all directions from a point. S CALE T YPES. Verbal scale describes the scale in words; a relationship between a map distance and a ground distance.

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