Solving Monohybrid Crosses

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Solving Monohybrid Crosses

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  1. Solving Monohybrid Crosses

    Slide 1 - Solving Monohybrid Crosses

  2. What is a mono-hybrid cross?

    Slide 2 - What is a mono-hybrid cross?

    • A monohybrid cross is a mating between individuals who have different alleles at one genetic locus of interest. 
  3. Using Punnett Squares to solve monohybrid crosses.

    Slide 3 - Using Punnett Squares to solve monohybrid crosses.

  4. In humans brown eyes are dominant over blue eyes. What type of offspring would you expect if you crossed a heterozygous brown eyed person to a heterozygous brown eyed person?

    Slide 4 - In humans brown eyes are dominant over blue eyes. What type of offspring would you expect if you crossed a heterozygous brown eyed person to a heterozygous brown eyed person?

  5. In humans tongue rolling is dominant to non-tongue rolling. What would be the expected type of offspring if a homozygous tongue roller was crossed to a heterozygous tongue roller?

    Slide 5 - In humans tongue rolling is dominant to non-tongue rolling. What would be the expected type of offspring if a homozygous tongue roller was crossed to a heterozygous tongue roller?

  6. In a certain plant yellow fruit is dominant to white fruit. A heterozygous plant with yellow fruit is crossed with a plant with white fruit. Determine the probable offspring.

    Slide 6 - In a certain plant yellow fruit is dominant to white fruit. A heterozygous plant with yellow fruit is crossed with a plant with white fruit. Determine the probable offspring.

  7. The test cross

    Slide 7 - The test cross

    • In pea plants, Yellow seeds are dominant to green seeds. If you have a pea plant with yellow seeds, do you know if it is homozygous or heterozygous?
    • How could you find out?
  8. Test cross for Yellow pea plant.

    Slide 8 - Test cross for Yellow pea plant.