Other Laws of Inheritance. Mendelian Genetics : characteristics controlled by dominant and recessive paired alleles Many traits follow the patterns outlined by Mendel’s Laws, many do not. Incomplete Dominance. Offspring heterozygous for a trait have an intermediate appearance .
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of Mendel’s Monohybrid cross? (Tt xTt)
A, B, AB, O
These pictures are called karyotypes!
I’m a BOY!
I’m a GIRL!
they have only one X chromosome and one Y
I’m always a girl!
She must have been a “carrier”
Crossing Over: homologous chromosomes
line up during synapsis and exchange
genes will separate
when crossing over
The closer genes are
on the chromosome,
the less chance they
will be separated during
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