Genetics Questions? If you still have questions on Punnett squares and genetics once youve been through the PowerPoint, watch YOUTUBE videos. Also, write down you questions for me to answer in class. Here are a couple helpful YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&hl=en&client=mv-google&featur e=fvwrel&v=prkHKjfUmMs&rl=yes&nomobile=1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-0rSv6oxSY the same On an even page in your notebook draw the picture to the right and fill in each line with descriptions from the list below.
Phenotype Trait Genotype Allele Trait Dominant Allele Genotype Hybrid Heterozygous Phenotype Trait Traits Answer the following questions beside your chart. Detached 1. What is the difference between a dominant and Earlobes recessive allele? Dimples The dominant allele is always expressed when present Freckles (HH , Hh). Cleft Chin The recessive allele is only expressed when the dominant is absent (hh). Brown /
2. If you were a scientist and only had a chart of a Black hair populations traits, how could you decide what Brown Eyes traits were dominant and what were recessive? The traits that had the highest number in the population would be dominant. There are three different genotype combinations HH , Hh , hh. The dominant allele has a 2/3 chance of being expressed over a recessives 1/3 chance. # Traits Attached Earlobe No Dimples No Freckles No cleft Blonde Hair Gray / Blue Eyes # Punnett square #2 is incorrect. The Alleles move straight down or straight across. They can not be moved upper case A is diagonal into the Punnett square.The incorrect. It should be
two lower case as A a a a Aa Aa aa aa 1 a a A a Aa aa
Aa Aa 2 A a a a aa Aa aa Aa 3 How to complete a Punnett Square Write on blank side of half sheet Step 1 Draw the 4 square Step 2 Put parent alleles on the outside of Punnett square. Male / Father alleles
E Female / Mom Alleles E Trait Eye Color Alleles - Brown Eyes and Blue Eyes E = Brown e= blue e e Step 3- Bring dad alleles down - Bring mom alleles across Step 4- Determine probability/percentage of each genotype Percentage 75% chance of brown eyes 25% chance of blue eyes Male / Father alleles E Female / Mom Alleles
E e e EE Ee Ee ee Trait Eye Color Alleles - Brown Eyes and Blue Eyes E = Brown e= blue g G g Gg gg
Gg g gg is homozygous recessive and 50% gg 50% t t T T Tt Tt Tt Tt 100% tt is homozygous recessive and 0 %
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