which chemical substance is generally used to obtain polyploids?2 2309
what is the difference between test cross and back cross?8 35198
what is the difference between back cross and test cross?6 18305
Is Haemophilia a sex linked disease?how?2 2610
normally on which plants generally genetic studies are being made?2 1657
What is genetic testing?1 1763
What information can genetic testing provide?2 932
What are genetic disorders?2 1785
Suppose a father of blood type B and a mother of blood type O have a child of type O. What are the chances that their next child will be blood type O? Type B? Type A? Type AB?1 3364
what are the 3 different types of point or gene mutations?1 2473
what is the difference between nullisomic and double monosomic?2 9650
what is the approximate number of genes in the human being according to human genome project?2 2098
what is the recently discovered sps of monkey in arunachalpradesh?1 1413
what is allopatric population?1 4027
what is klinefelter's syndrome?1 1712
Is There any way in which a currently living could be mutated in reality to such a large scale as to which others could see the mutation, such as a third arm?
A base deletion occurs in the regulator gene of the LAC operon. Describe how the operation of the LAC operon might be affected?
To how much extent skin color depends on genes?
Why was rii locus chosen by Benzer for his experiment?
7) Diabetes is recessive. A) If woman has diabetes and marries a man that doesn’t have it, is it possible for their offspring to acquire this disease? A A Aa Aa Aa Aa a a genotypes Phenotype 100% Aa, Heterozygous 100% No diabetes B) If none of the father’s ancestors had ever had diabetes, would their children have a chage of getting the disease? Explain
Flower position, stem length, and seed shape were three traits that were studied by Mendel. Each is controlled by an independently assorting gene. If a plant that is heterozygous for all three traits was allowed to self- fertilize, what proportion of the offspring would be expected to show all three dominant phenotypes?
What is the chemical composition of gene?
what happens in Postmeiotic segregation?
The village of Oblong has 400 normally-shaped residents. Transferrin is an iron carrier found in blood, and electrophoretic variation of this protein is determined by an autosomal codominant system. The citizens of Oblong were typed for their transferrin complements. The distribution of transferrin phenotypes was: 100 CC, 100 CD, and 200 DD. What is the frequency of the C allele?
Cystic fibrosis (CF) occurs with a frequency of about 1/2500 Caucasian newborns and is inherited as an autosomal recessive. A woman had an older sister die from complications of this disease. CF is not present among relatives of her husband. Both the woman and her husband have normal phenotypes. What is the chance this couple will have a CF child?
Does postraumatic stress mutate genes?
What are the down sides of Genetic Engineering?
what is the Impact Of Gene Cloning?
What situations might be viewed as ethical uses of human cloning? Are you doubtful, fearful, or hopeful about human cloning?
What are the 8 steps that are involved in genetic engineering?