6.2

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Flute2010
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265686
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6.2
Updated:
2014-03-09 17:20:56
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Describe non-Mendelian genetics. Not all 9 sub-targets
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  1. Name a single gene trait and a polygenic trait
    • Single-gene trait - handedness
    • polygenic trait - Skin color
  2. recognize examples of codominant, incomplete dominate, and completely dominant traits
    • Codominance- Blood type (AB blood)
    • Incomplete dominance- Wool color on sheep
    • Completely dominant- Dimples/no dimples
  3. Give examples of X-linked phenotypes
    Color-blindness
  4. Analyze the differences in phenotypes seen for a single-gene trait versus a polygenic trait
    With a single-gene trait, there are normally only two phenotypes. With a polygenic trait, there are multiple phenotypes available.

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