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Chapter 6.5 outline

Meiosis and Mendel

How can you find the ratio of genotypes in a generation? by counting the number of the squares with each genetic combination
How many alleles does each parent have for each gene? Two
How many alleles does each parent contribute to the offspring? One
What does homozygous mean? The same
What does heterozygous mean? Different
The Homozygous parent will give the offspring a _____ allele. Recessive
The organism with the recessive phenotype must be ____. Homozygous recessive
What is a dihybrid cross? a cross that examines the inheritance of two different traits
What did mendel begin his crosses with? Purebred plants
What is the law of independent assortment? it states that allele pairs separate independently of each other during gamete formation
The result of Mendels dihybrid crosses can also be illustrated with? A punnett Square
What is Probability? The likelihood that a particular event will happen
What is the probability of a coin landing on heads? one out of two
Depending on how one coin lands, will it affect how the other coin lands? No
What is the probability that a gamete will get a dominant allele? one out of two
What is the probability that a gamete will get a recessive allele? one out of two
what is a monohybrid cross? A cross that examines only of specific trait
What is a Punnett square? a grid system for predicting all possible genotypes resulting from a cross
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