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Topic 1 Concept Map

Mendelian Genetics
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Peter Mirabito

on 23 January 2014

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Transcript of Topic 1 Concept Map

Pascal’s
triangle

Degrees of
freedom
Chi-square
test
Sum
rule
Product
rule
P value
binomial
conditional
Forked-line
diagram
Punnett
square

Test
crosses
F2 generation
F1 generation
Parental
generation
Reciprocal
crosses
Replicate
crosses
Monohybrid
cross series
Dihybrid
cross series
Pedigrees
Controlled
Genetic crosses
genes
alleles
independent
assortment
segregation
Transmission
genetics
Particulate
inheritance
Blending
theory
Probability
theory
Pure-breeding
autosomal
homozygous
heterozygous
genotype
genotypic and phenotypic ratios
dominant
recessive
phenotype
contributes to
studies this
relationship
principle
of
principle
of
did not
distinguish
between
support the
hypothesis of
predicted
existence of
uses
analyzes
confirm
results
using
test for
sex-linkage
using
determine
whether
heterozygous
using
test for
segregation
using
test for
independent
assortment
using
individuals are crossed or self-fertilized to create the
individuals are
crossed or
self-fertilized
to create
use individuals that are pure-breeding
for alternative forms of 1 or 2 traits for the
have alternative
forms called
where both alleles are the same
where the alleles are different
does not vary generation
to generation when the
individuals are
seen in
heterozygote is
not seen in heterozygote is
give same result if inheritance pattern is
when more than one outcome answers the question
"this OR that"
when two or more independent
events must occur to answer the
question
"this AND that"
predicts
for one trait are predicted by a
used to combine information from two or more
for testing goodness of fit between observed and expected results
considers the number of
calculates
for calculating probability under a specific condition
"prob that dominant phenotype has homozygous genotype"
for calculating probability of a series of events where each event has only two possible outcomes "numbers of boys and girls in a family"
gives the coefficients for terms in
affected individual has unaffected parents
affected individual has an affected parent
is based on
gametes
produce
fuse to create zygotes that develop to form
gametes
produce
fuse to create zygotes that develop to form
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