Patterns of Inheritance

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  • Created on: 28-04-19 17:45
variation within species
intraspecific
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Observable characteristic of an organism
phenotype
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what it is called when environmental conditions alter the phenotype to resemble a genetic change
phenocopy
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type of variation not affected by the environment and 1 pair of alleles
discontinuous
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causes genetic variation and occurs in meiosis 1
crossingover
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what does independent assortment cause
variation
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when two alleles of the same gene influence the phenotype as both dominant
codominance
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name of dominance which cause blending of alleles
incomplete
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phenotype of the standard form of a species as it exists in nature
wild
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expected phenotypic ratio of dihybrid cross ?:3:3:1
nine
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when one gene suppresses the expression of another gene
Epistasis
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statistical test used to see if there is a difference between observed and expected data
chisquared
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name of effect where a small population colonises a new area
founder
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type of speciation caused by a geographical barrier
allopatric
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an example of co-dominance in humans is ? type
blood
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type of linkage when there is some distance between the linked loci so crossing over can occur
partial
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changes allele frequency in the absence of natural selection is genetic ?
drift
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selection where humans choose individual with certain features to reproduce
artificial
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Observable characteristic of an organism

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what it is called when environmental conditions alter the phenotype to resemble a genetic change

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type of variation not affected by the environment and 1 pair of alleles

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causes genetic variation and occurs in meiosis 1

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