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Question: Sickle Cell Anemia Inheritance Patterns Experiment Inventory Materials Blue Beads Red Beads Labwa…


Sickle Cell Anemia Inheritance Patterns Experiment Inventory Materials Blue Beads Red Beads Labware 100 mL Beaker EXPERIMENT 5: SICKLE CELL ANEMIA INHERITANCE PATTERNS Sickle cell anemia is a gonotic disease most common in those of African ancestry that results from the mutation of a singlo baso pair. This mutation results in a change to the hemoglobin protein, In this experiment, S will represent the normal allele and sthe sickle allele. They are codominant alleles. Therefore, S$ is normal, Ss is not fatal but mildly symptormatic, and ss is debilitating painful, and often fatal. PROCEDURE 1. Place 25 red (representing the normal S alele) and 25 blue (representing the sickle s alilele) beads into the 100 mL beaker and mix wel. 2. Without looking. remove two beads. Repeat ten times(without roturning the beads to the beaker), each ime recording whether the beads are SS, Ss, or ss. 3. Assume that each individual with the ss genotype passed away, and remove ss instances from the population. The remain- ing beads survived and reproduced. ja. Count how many ted and blue beads remained (separate·y) and place two eat number back in the beaker. 5. Repeat the process savan times, then answer the post-ab questions.
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Sickle Cell Anemia Inheritance Patterns Experiment Inventory Materials Blue Beads Red Beads Labware 100 mL Beaker EXPERIMENT 5: SICKLE CELL ANEMIA INHERITANCE PATTERNS Sickle cell anemia is a gonotic disease most common in those of African ancestry that results from the mutation of a singlo baso pair. This mutation results in a change to the hemoglobin protein, In this experiment, "S" will represent the normal allele and 's'the sickle allele. They are codominant alleles. Therefore, S$ is normal, Ss is not fatal but mildly symptormatic, and ss is debilitating painful, and often fatal. PROCEDURE 1. Place 25 red (representing the normal S alele) and 25 blue (representing the sickle s alilele) beads into the 100 mL beaker and mix wel. 2. Without looking. remove two beads. Repeat ten times(without roturning the beads to the beaker), each ime recording whether the beads are SS, Ss, or ss. 3. Assume that each individual with the ss genotype passed away, and remove ss instances from the population. The remain- ing beads survived and reproduced. ja. Count how many ted and blue beads remained (separate·y) and place two eat number back in the beaker. 5. Repeat the process savan times, then answer the post-ab questions.

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