e attached document for instruction and note genetic prediction for this (NO husband / No kids use the correct instruction for that prediction);Attachment Preview;EC genetics project Bio 161 June 2014.pdf Download Attachment;Bio 161;June 2014;Extra Credit- Family Pedigree Project (up to 25 points);Due at the beginning of the final.;For this project you will examine an autosomal or sex-linked trait and write a report explaining;how it is passed in your family. Please follow these instructions;1- The trait you chose must be Mendelian and you must have variation in your family.;Your choices are: hitchhikers thumb, attached earlobe, cleft chin, crossing thumbs;tongue rolling, widows peak, Rh+ factor.;2- Write a typed introduction explaining why you chose this trait and how you collected;the data (5 points);3- Use standard symbols for the construction of the pedigree and identify yourself in it (5;points).;4- You must collect at least 3 generations (5 points). If you do not have access to three;generations, you can predict one generation- what your parents or children would look;like. You cannot predict more than one generation. If you are predicting future;generations and do not have a spouse, make that person a homozygous recessive.;Offspring should be two boys and two girls.;5- Write the genotype of each individual and if some can have more than one genotype;explain all possibilities (10 points).;Example of a pedigree showing four generations. Note that generations are not labeled and genotype;and phenotype are not explained.
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