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Warm-up Complete these crosses. Give the possible genotypic results and phenotypic results. 1.Free ear lobes are dominant to attached ear lobes in humans. If a recessive male marries a homozygous dominant female, what will be the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of their offspring? 2.Give the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of the possible offspring produced, when a heterozygous brown-eyed man marries a heterozygous brown- eyed woman. Brown eyes are dominant over blue eyes which are recessive.
Agenda Warm-up Notes Practice Worksheets Whiteboards Clean-Up Cool-down
Announcements Quiz Tuesday Punnett Squares.
Genetics Part II
each trait is inherited independent of other traits (chance) Independent Assortment
in meiosis two alleles separate so that each gamete (sex cell) receives only one form of the gene from each parent Segregation
Mendels Principles of Inheritance Inherited traits are transmitted by genes which occur in alternate forms called alleles Principle of Dominance - when 2 forms of the same gene are present the dominant allele is expressed Principle of Segregation - in meiosis two alleles separate so that each gamete receives only one form of the gene Principle of Independent Assortment - each trait is inherited independent of other traits (chance)
If we saw an organism that had round seeds (round is dominant), how could we figure out what its genotype is?
A cross between an unknown and a homozygous recessive Test Cross
Example of a Test Cross Unknown
When a combination of the dominant and recessive creates a new phenotype. RR = red rr = white Rr = pink Incomplete Dominance
Incomplete Dominance-When an intermediate between the dominant and recessive is expressed
Incomplete Dominance RRRrrr
Incomplete Dominance Cross
Polygenic traits are traits that are influenced by several genes. Examples include human height and skin color, which are both influenced by dozens of genes. As a result of polygenic traits, a lot of intermediate conditions exist. Genes with 3 or more alleles have multiple alleles. An example of multiple alleles is blood (I A, I B, I O ) Polygenic Trait
Blood Type The four Blood types are: A, B, AB, and O that come from the three alleles I A, I B, I O A and B are codominant, and they are also dominant to O. Type A = I A I A or I A I O, Type B = I B I B or I B I O, Type AB = I A I B, and Type O = I O I O
Codominance-neither allele is dominant, but both are expressed at the same time
ITS A MUST When a combination of the dominant and recessive allele make a new intermediate trait...
Situation where neither allele is dominant, but both are expressed at the same time
What is a cross between an unknown and a homozygous recessive?
What are the possible genotypes of Type A blood?
I A I A or I A I O
Draw the punnett square of the cross between a male with Type AB blood and a female with Type O blood.
What is the genotypic and phenotypic ratio of the cross?
2 I A I O : 2 I B I O 2 type A blood : 2 type B blood
Draw the cross and give the genotypic and phenotypic ratios of the cross of a red flower and a pink flower. Red- hom. dom Pink- het. White- hom. rec.
You found a tall pea plant. Explain how you would determine the genotype of this plant. *Hint in pea plants, short height is recessive. a.What are the possible genotypes of the plant? b. Draw Punnett squares for your possible crosses. c. You have 24 offspring, 24 tall and 0 short plants. What was the genotype of the plant?
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Cool-Down 1- Give an example of a phenotype and a genotype. 2- What is the difference between homozygous and heterozygous? 3- Perform a cross with RR x rr? What % of offspring would express the dominant trait?