14.A Mendelian Concepts
14.A.1 Phenotype and genotype (definitions, probability calculations, pedigree analysis)
Gregor Mendel was a 19th century monk, who (although began his work with bees, somehow switched to) performing hybridization experiments with pea plants.
14.A.4 Allele (single, multiple)
14.A.5 Homozygosity and heterozygosity
14.A.6 Wild type
“I’m such a wild type… a real bad ass girl!” Miley commented.
“You’re so not, Miley,” Jeremy replied, “I think you think you pretend to be a bad ass on the outside, but on the inside, you’re a secret princess lol.”
“Shut up,” Miley replied, “you do it too.”
“I mean,” Miley continued, “oohh I’m such a bad ass I’m Jeremy, each force has an equal and oposite force, that’s sooo hardcore LOL.!”
Jeremy laughed, then replied, “compared with ‘hi, I’m Miley, now I’m Hannah, I’m a good lil girl, now I can’t be tamed LOL!”
But it was time for both Jeremy and Miley to refocus onto their studies.
14.A.8 Complete dominance
14.A.10 Incomplete dominance, leakage, penetrance, expressivity
14.A.11 Gene pool
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