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Lab Manual Exercise #5
... capital gene adding one unit of color to the genotype. With more capital genes, the phenotype (appearance) gets darker. The garden peas studied by Gregor Mendel involved pairs of alleles with ... are Rh negative (dd). Consolidating the duplicates, a total of 10 genotypes are homozygous recessive for the d allele (dd); however, nine of these genotypes are actually positive for the C and ...

Color Blind Chart
... X-bearing eggs carry the dominant allele for normal vision, and 10% (0.1) of the eggs carry the recessive allele for color blindness. It is ... men the gene is dominant, while in women it is recessive. A man needs only one allele (B) for the baldness trait to be expressed, ... hair from your mother, then your genotype will be bb and your phenotype will be normal hair: Gametes Sperm B b b Eggs b ...
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Mendelian Genetics Practice Problem Solutions
... recessive: X - X chromosome with normal allele; dominant phenotype X - X chromosome with disease allele; recessive phenotype Y - Y chromosome, no disease or normal allele b) Autosomal recessive: D - normal allele; dominant phenotype d - disease allele; recessive phenotype ...

Iris Glossary
... terms and flower parts Back to Table of Contents Allele -- One of an alternative pair or series of genes. ... of an organism, expressed or latent, as contrasted with the phenotype or visible characteristics. Genus -- A unit of classification ... individual with unlike alleles. Heterozygous -- Possessing unlike alleles, either dominant and recessive or with an intermediate effect. Hexaploid -- A plant or ...

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