Textbook of Genetics
The principle of mendelian segregation. Probability and significance. Segregation in action. Mendel's principle of independent assortment. Chromosomes in cell division and gamete formation. Chromosome structure. Linkage. Linkage groups and chromosome maps. Multiple alleles and gene combinations. Mutations and chromosomal variations. Polyploidy, haploidy and aneuploidy. Inheritance of intergrading characters (quantitative inheritance). Selection and populations. Mutations and the gene. Gene action and gene structure. Genetics in medicine and agriculture. Species differences, similarities and organics evolution.
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The Principle of Mendelian Segregation
Probability and Significance
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A/a B/b ABC ABc albino aleurone allelomorphs allopolyploids animals antigens apricot breeding cell division centromere character chro chromatids chromo chromosome number classes Colias combination cross involving curve deviation diploid distribution dominant dominant gene Drosophila melanogaster effect equal numbers example expected eye color female flies frequency gametes gene pairs Genetics genotype gives haploid Heredity heterozygote heterozygous homologous chromosomes homozygote homozygous hybrid inbreeding independent assortment indicated individuals inheritance inversion known lethal linkage maize male mating meiosis meiotic metaphase method mosome mutation normal nucleus O.OOOI obtained occur offspring organisms pair of alleles parent percent phenotype pigment plants pollen polyploids population probability produced progeny prophase purple Rana ratio RhCDE RhCDE segregation selection sex chromosomes shown in figure species sperm strain strands structure tetraploid translocation variation vestigial wild type wings yellow zygote