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Biology 11 Ch 5.2

Genetic Processes: 5.2 Studying Genetic Crosses

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Punnett square a grid used to illustrate all possible genotypes and phenotypes of offspring from genetic crosses
test cross a cross between a parent of unknown genotype and a homozygous recessive parent
dihybrid cross a cross of two individuals that differ in two traits due to two different genes
law of independent assortment during gamete formation, the two alleles for one gene segregate or assort independently of the alleles for other genes
chromosome theory of inheritance traits determined by genes are inherited through the movement of chromosomes during meiosis
Created by: marsenault