Genetics
  • Gene Linkage Groups March 1, 2015

    Linkage group • A linkage group is a linearly arranged group of linked genes which are normally inherited together except for crossing over during cell division. They act and move as a unit rather than independently. • Because ...

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  • Gene Linkages and Their Types March 1, 2015

    • Linkage has been found to be complete or incomplete depending upon the absence or presence of nonparental or new combinations of linked genes. Complete linkage • Complete linkage is a linkage or grouping of genes on a ...

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  • AIPMT PMT Post-Mendelian Genetics March 1, 2015

    • Although Gregor Mendel developed his ground : breaking principles of inheritance in the mid-1800s, the importance of his work went largely unnoticed by the scientific community until the early 1900s. • At that ...

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  • Laws or Principles of Inheritance December 3, 2014

    Principles or laws of Inheritance (I) ...

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  • Monohybrid cross December 2, 2014

    Mendel’s Experiment – Monohybrid Cross Monohybrid cross is a cross made to study simultaneous inheritance of a single pair of Mendelian factors. In other words, the cross in which only alternate forms of a single character are taken into ...

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