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I need help with this lab report;Attachment Preview;Lab_6_Genetic_crosses_Spring_2014.doc Download Attachment;Name: Kiel Allen;Last 4 digits of student ID: 0914;Lab section: FZEC;Instructor name;Lab 6: Genetic Crosses;Spring_2014;Read Chapter 7 and print out the sample genetic cross to use as a guide.;Below is a list of the Phenotypes used in this lab. These are all single gene traits that show;complete dominance;Trait;Flower color;Plant Height;Seed Shape;Seed Color;Dominant phenotype;Purple flowers;Tall plants;Smooth seeds;Yellow seeds;Recessive Phenotype;White flowers;Short Plants;Wrinkled seeds;Green seeds;Part I: Symbols and definitions;1. a) What is an allele? Give an example of 2 alleles of any gene. (0.5 pts);An allele is a trait of the gene. Individuals has two copies of each gene inherent from both;parents. Example of 2 alleles for a gene could be the blood type or eye color;b) What is the difference between an organism that is a homozygote and one that is a;heterozygote? (0.25 pts);Homozygote individual inherits the same two alleles for this gene, and Heterozygote;individual inherits different alleles from each parent.;c) What is the difference between an organisms genotype and its phenotype? (0.25 pts);The Phenotype is the outward appearance of an individual, and the Genotype is the;organisms genetic composition.;2.) For each trait indicate the genotypes that are possible. Use the first letter of the dominant trait;to indicate the trait. (2pts);Trait;Flower color;Plant Height;Dominant genotype(s);Purple =;Tall =;Recessive genotype(s);White =;Short =;Seed Shape;Seed Color;Smooth =;Yellow =;Wrinkled =;Green;Pick three of the crosses to complete using any 3 of the last 4 digits of your student ID. If;there are repeats, pick random numbers, so you are doing 3 different crosses. Circle the;numbers of the crosses you are doing in column 1 below.;You must pick 3 different crosses. If there are multiple repeated numbers in your ID, pick;additional numbers of your choice.;Cross;Number;0;1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;Male parent traits;Female parent traits;Heterozygous for flower color;Homozygous dominant for height;Heterozygous for flower color;Heterozygous for height;Heterozgyous for flower color;Heterozygous for seed color;Homozygous recessive for flower color;Heterozygous for seed color;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Homozygous recessive for height;Heterozygous for seed shape;Heterozygous for height;Homozygous dominant for flower color;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Heterozygous for flower color;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Heterozygous for seed shape;Homozygous recessive for seed color;Heterozygous for seed shape;Heterozygous for seed color;Heterozygous for flower color;Homozygous dominant for height;Homozygous dominant for flower color;Heterozygous for height;Heterozgyous for flower color;Heterozygous for seed color;Homozygous dominant for flower color;Heterozygous for seed color;Heterozygous for seed shape;Heterozygous for height;Heterozygous for seed shape;Homozygous recessive for height;Homozygous recessive for flower color;Homozygous dominant for seed shape;Heterozygous for flower color;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Homozygous recessive for seed color;Homozygous recessive for seed shape;Homozygous dominant for seed color;Now you can use the charts and Punnett squares on each of the following pages to complete;your crosses.;Cross 1: Please write the number of the cross you are performing;Then fill in the genotype and phenotype for each parent below. Use the sample problem for a;guide.;Sex;Male;Female;Genotype;Phenotype;Step 1: Determine the different gamete combinations that each parent can contribute to the;offspring. Check the hint from the sample problem when you are doing this.;Sex;Male;Female;Gamete 1;Gamete 2;Gamete 3;Gamete 4;Step 2: Fill in the Punnett Square below;Male gametes;place across;Female Gametes;Place below;Step 3: Find the Phenotype of each of the 16 combinations in your Punnett Square page.;Phenotype youve found in offspring;Number of offspring with this phenotype;Cross 2: Please write the number of the cross you are performing;Then fill in the genotype and phenotype for each parent below.;Sex;Male;Female;Genotype;Phenotype;Step 1: Determine the different gamete combinations that each parent can contribute to the;offspring.;Sex;Male;Female;Gamete 1;Gamete 2;Gamete 3;Gamete 4;Step 2: Fill in the Punnett Square below;Male gametes;place across;Female Gametes;Place below;Step 3: Find the Phenotype of each of the 16 combinations in your Punnett Square page.;Phenotype youve found in offspring;Number of offspring with this phenotype;Cross 3: Please write the number of the cross you are performing;Then fill in the genotype and phenotype for each parent below.;Sex;Male;Female;Genotype;Phenotype;Step 1: Determine the different gamete combinations that each parent can contribute to the;offspring.;Sex;Male;Female;Gamete 1;Gamete 2;Gamete 3;Gamete 4;Step 2: Fill in the Punnett Square below;Male gametes;place across;Female Gametes;Place below;Step 3: Find the Phenotype of each of the 16 combinations in your Punnett Square page.;Phenotype youve found in offspring;Number of offspring with this phenotype;Questions;1. Are gametes haploid or diploid? What about the offspring, are they haploid or diploid? (1pt);2. A) Can two tall and smooth seeded parents produce offspring that are short and have wrinkled;seeds? (To receive a full credit for this assignment you MUST explain your answers for part A;and part B by drawing the respective Punnett squares for each of your answers).;Explain using a Punnett square why you think this outcome is possible or not. (1pt);B) Can two white flowered and green seeded parents produce offspring that have Purple;flowers and have yellow seeds?;Explain using a Punnett square why you think this outcome is possible or not. (1pt)

 

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