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which chemical substance is generally used to obtain polyploids?

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what is the difference between test cross and back cross?

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what is the difference between back cross and test cross?

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Is Haemophilia a sex linked disease?how?

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normally on which plants generally genetic studies are being made?

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What is genetic testing?

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What information can genetic testing provide?

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What are genetic disorders?

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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?

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what are the 3 different types of point or gene mutations?

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what is the difference between nullisomic and double monosomic?

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what is the approximate number of genes in the human being according to human genome project?

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what is the recently discovered sps of monkey in arunachalpradesh?

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what is allopatric population?

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what is klinefelter's syndrome?

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Consider two linked autosomal genes. The dominant allele C of the first gene causes cataracts of the eye, whereas its recessive allele produces normal eyes. The dominant allele P causes polydactyly (an extra finger) whereas its allele (p) produces a normal number of fingers. A man with cataracts and normal fingers marries a woman with polydactyly and normal eyes. Their son has both polydactyly and cataracts and he marries a woman with neither trait. What is the probability that their first child will have cataracts and polydactyly?


how was school like for someone with turner's syndrome?


Is Jurassic Park -- Completely impossible?


What is the chemical composition of gene?


What is the function of BCSP31gene of Brucella organism?


Are there additional resources / individuals that you can recommend for my paper?


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?


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?


What are the 8 steps that are involved in genetic engineering?


How can all organisms share the same 4 bases DNA and still be so diverse?


Why would farmers, doctors, and manufacturers be interested in Genetic Engineering?


What are the down sides of Genetic Engineering?


what is virgin sex?


How to construct Genetic Code?


What are the benefits/risks when company traditional and genetically engineered breeding?