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BIOL 239- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)

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Biology
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BIOL 239
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Barbara Moffatt

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[BIOL 239] Comprehensive spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Drosophila Assignment Akashdeep Suri (20618733) Part A Hypothesis Hypothesis is gene for ruby eyes is x-linked recessive, and gene for curved wings is autosomal recessive w+ Let X represent the dominant wild-type X-chromosome that carries allele for wild-type wing shape w Let X represent the recessive (mutated) allele producing curved wings Let e represent the wild-type eyes, which are dominant to e, which represent the ruby eyes P Generation e e X X w+ crossed with eeX Yw Xw+ Xw+ Xw X X w+ X X w+ w+ w+ Y X Y X Y Ratios: There is a ratio of 1 that the female offspring will have wild type wing shape There is a ratio of 1 that the male offspring will have wild type wing shape. e+ e+ e e e e e + + e e e e e Ratios: There is a ratio of 1 that all offspring will have wild type eye colour. find more resources at oneclass.com
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