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schapter 6.5 outline

chapter 6.5 outline

a grid system for predicting possible gentotypes resulting from a cross Punnett square
both parents have 2 what for each gene Alleles
each what gets one allele Gamere
cross that examine the inheritance of only one specific trait Monlhybrid cross
each parents genotype was put on a what Axis
is a cross between an organism with the recessive phenotype Testcross
crosses that examine the inheritance of two different combinations Dihybrid cross
performed many Dihybrid crosses and tests a variety of different combinations Mendal
states that allele pairs separate independently of each other during gamete formation Law of independent assortment
is the likelyhood that a particular event will happen Probability
these probabilities can be applied to Meiosis
their is only 1/4 chance a sperm will carry a what allele Dominant
each gamete gets one what Allele
the what of the grid represents the possible gamete genotype of each parent Axis
who made the punnett square R. C. Punnett
what is dominant lowercase or uppercase Uppercase
which is recessive lowercase or uppercase Lowercase
what restores the the diploid number in the resulting offspring Fertilization
Created by: teegalyn3134



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