Dihybrid Inheritance & Probabilities (5.1.2)

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What is dihybrid inheritance?
Where you look at the inheritance of two characteristics together.
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What are Mendelian ratios?
Mendelian ratios are expected ratios from particular crosses where large numbers of offspring are available for counting.
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What are Mendelian ratios used for?
They are used to estimate the probability.
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Why would offspring not fit the ratio?
It is an estimate, it's down to chance.
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What would be less likely to fit the expected ratio?
A small family.
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