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Chapter 8 Opener
In-Text Art, Ch. 8, p. 145
Figure 8.1 Mendel’s Monohybrid Experiments
Figure 8.1 Mendel’s Monohybrid Experiments (Part 1)
Figure 8.1 Mendel’s Monohybrid Experiments (Part 2)
In-Text Art, Ch. 8, p. 147
Figure 8.2 Mendel’s Explanation of Inheritance
Figure 8.2 Mendel’s Explanation of Inheritance (Part 1)
Figure 8.2 Mendel’s Explanation of Inheritance (Part 2)
Figure 8.3 Meiosis Accounts for the Segregation of Alleles
Figure 8.3 Meiosis Accounts for the Segregation of Alleles (Part 1)
Figure 8.3 Meiosis Accounts for the Segregation of Alleles (Part 2)
Figure 8.3 Meiosis Accounts for the Segregation of Alleles (Part 3)
Figure 8.4 Homozygous or Heterozygous?
Figure 8.4 Homozygous or Heterozygous? (Part 1)
Figure 8.4 Homozygous or Heterozygous? (Part 2)
Figure 8.4 Homozygous or Heterozygous? (Part 3)
Figure 8.5 Independent Assortment
Figure 8.5 Independent Assortment (Part 1)
Figure 8.5 Independent Assortment (Part 2)
Figure 8.6 Meiosis Accounts for Independent Assortment of Alleles
Figure 8.7 Using Probability Calculations in Genetics
Figure 8.8 Pedigree Analysis and Inheritance
Figure 8.8 Pedigree Analysis and Inheritance (Part 1)
Figure 8.8 Pedigree Analysis and Inheritance (Part 2)
Figure 8.9 Multiple Alleles for Coat Color in Rabbits
Figure 8.10 Incomplete Dominance Follows Mendel’s Laws
Figure 8.10 Incomplete Dominance Follows Mendel’s Laws (Part 1)
Figure 8.10 Incomplete Dominance Follows Mendel’s Laws (Part 2)
Figure 8.11 ABO Blood Reactions Are Important in Transfusions
Apply the Concept, Ch. 8, p. 154
In-Text Art, Ch. 8, p. 154
Figure 8.12 Genes Interact Epistatically
Figure 8.13 Some Alleles Do Not Assort Independently
Figure 8.13 Some Alleles Do Not Assort Independently (Part 1)
Figure 8.13 Some Alleles Do Not Assort Independently (Part 2)
Figure 8.14 Crossing Over Results in Genetic Recombination
Figure 8.14 Crossing Over Results in Genetic Recombination (Part 1)
Figure 8.14 Crossing Over Results in Genetic Recombination (Part 2)
Figure 8.14 Crossing Over Results in Genetic Recombination (Part 3)
In-Text Art, Ch. 8, p. 157 (1)
In-Text Art, Ch. 8, p. 157 (2)
Figure 8.15 Recombination Frequencies
Figure 8.15 Recombination Frequencies (Part 1)
Figure 8.15 Recombination Frequencies (Part 2)
Apply the Concept, Ch. 8, p. 158
Figure 8.16 A Gene for Eye Color Is Carried on the Drosophila X Chromosome
Figure 8.16 A Gene for Eye Color Is Carried on the Drosophila X Chromosome (Part 1)
Figure 8.16 A Gene for Eye Color Is Carried on the Drosophila X Chromosome (Part 2)
Figure 8.17 Red–Green Color Blindness Is Carried on the Human X Chromosome
Figure 8.18 Cytoplasmic Inheritance
Figure 8.19 Bacterial Conjugation and Recombination
Figure 8.19 Bacterial Conjugation and Recombination (Part 1)
Figure 8.19 Bacterial Conjugation and Recombination (Part 2)
Figure 8.20 Gene Transfer by Plasmids
Figure 8.21 Sex Linkage in Royal Families of Europe
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