BIOB11H3 Chapter 10: chapter 10 notes

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Distinct factors of inheritance (genes/alleles) govern the characteristics of plants through dominant/recessive. Law of segregation: pair of alleles segregate when forming gametes. Law of independent assortment: segregation of one allele is independent of another: sutton found 11 bivalents (pair of homologous chromosomes) and one free chromosone x (the sex chromosome). He also found that it is always www. notesolution. com true that a=t and g=c: dna is 2 nm wide. Complete turn occurs every 3. 4 nm (every 10 nucleotides): topoisomerases are enzymes that change the topology (spercoiled state) of dna, __________________________________________________________________________ _________________________: the melting temperature is that at which the shift in absorbance of. * h ighly repeated fraction are similar sequences ar ranged in end-to-end manner (in tandem) - present in at least 10^5 copies per genome. Satellite dnas (5-few hundred base pairs) that form very large clusters and are most sensitive to evolution.

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