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Microsoft Power Point - Ch11_lecture(Observable Patterns of Inheritance)

Microsoft Power Point - Ch11_lecture(Observable Patterns of Inheritance)



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Observable Patterns ofObservable Patterns of
Chapter 11Chapter 11
Earlobe VariationEarlobe Variation
Whether a person has attached orWhether a person has attached ordetached earlobes depends on a singledetached earlobes depends on a singlegenegene recessive allele for this generecessive allele for this gene
Detached earlobes: either one or twoDetached earlobes: either one or twocopies of the dominant allelecopies of the dominant allele
Early Ideas about HeredityEarly Ideas about Heredity
People knew that sperm and eggsPeople knew that sperm and eggstransmitted information about traitstransmitted information about traits
Blending theoryBlending theory
Would expect variation to disappearWould expect variation to disappear
Variation in traits persistsVariation in traits persists

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