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Question: 3. In cases of cytoplasmic inheritance, can we make accurate predictions Do they possess g partic…


3. In cases of cytoplasmic inheritance, can we make accurate predictions Do they possess g particular allele? What types of organelles contribute to this phenomenon about the inheritance of a Do they possess genes? 4. The presence of orange cheeks in the plumage pattern of the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata) a Z-linked recessive trait. The orange cheek plumage trait is represented by Z and the normal gra cheek plumage is represented by z. We pair a female with the orange cheek plumage Pnen with a male with a normal gray plumage phenotype (parental detail the genotypes and phenotypes of the F, generation. Then cross the F1 F1 generation female and detail the possible genotype and phenotype outcomes of 2 ratios of said outcomes. If there are multiple possibilities for the parental generation, then de differences that could occur in Fi and explain why there would be have to detail the F2 if more than 1 genotype is produced in the resulting F) I generation). Given this information, generation male with F2, as well as t tail th multiple possibilities (you do not 5. We cross zebrafish (Danio rerio) with different alleles for stripe color. We cross homozygous animals with the following designations: CBcB xC c: where the CBcB genotype yields a blue s nd the CYc genotype yields a yellow stripe. Please compare and contrast genotypes and phenotypes (and ratios of both) of the above cross at the F1 and F2 generations in each of the following scenarios: complete dominance (blue is dominant), co-dominance, and incomplete dominance

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3. In cases of cytoplasmic inheritance, can we make accurate predictions Do they possess g particular allele? What types of organelles contribute to this phenomenon about the inheritance of a Do they possess genes? 4. The presence of orange cheeks in the plumage pattern of the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata) a Z-linked recessive trait. The orange cheek plumage trait is represented by Z and the normal gra cheek plumage is represented by z. We pair a female with the orange cheek plumage Pnen with a male with a normal gray plumage phenotype (parental detail the genotypes and phenotypes of the F, generation. Then cross the F1 F1 generation female and detail the possible genotype and phenotype outcomes of 2 ratios of said outcomes. If there are multiple possibilities for the parental generation, then de differences that could occur in Fi and explain why there would be have to detail the F2 if more than 1 genotype is produced in the resulting F) I generation). Given this information, generation male with F2, as well as t tail th multiple possibilities (you do not 5. We cross zebrafish (Danio rerio) with different alleles for stripe color. We cross homozygous animals with the following designations: CBcB xC c: where the CBcB genotype yields a blue s nd the CYc genotype yields a yellow stripe. Please compare and contrast genotypes and phenotypes (and ratios of both) of the above cross at the F1 and F2 generations in each of the following scenarios: complete dominance (blue is dominant), co-dominance, and incomplete dominance

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