Human Anatomy II

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture Course: The reason recessive genetic disorders are more frequent than dominant genetic disorders is that ________.

The reason recessive genetic disorders are more frequent than dominant genetic disorders is that ________. carriers are not eliminated by the disease before passing the defective alleles on to their offspring dominant genetic disorders are never expressed in males people carrying dominant genetic disorders always die before birth recessive genetic disorders are limited to persons […]

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Date: November 23rd, 2022

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture Course: Steven has the dominant tongue rolling phenotype but he does not know his genotype. His wife has the recessive non-tongue rolling trait. If their son cannot roll his tongue this means ________.

Steven has the dominant tongue rolling phenotype but he does not know his genotype. His wife has the recessive non-tongue rolling trait. If their son cannot roll his tongue this means ________. Steven has a homozygous dominant genotype Steven has a heterozygous genotype Steven has a homozygous recessive genotype that it is impossible to tell Steven’s genotype […]

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Date: November 23rd, 2022

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture Course: The cleft chin trait follows a dominant-recessive inheritance pattern with cleft chin being the dominant trait. John is heterozygous for a cleft chin as is his wife Betty. John and Betty have two kids, both with cleft chins. According to Punnett square prediction what is the likely hood that their next child will have a cleft chin?

The cleft chin trait follows a dominant-recessive inheritance pattern with cleft chin being the dominant trait. John is heterozygous for a cleft chin as is his wife Betty. John and Betty have two kids, both with cleft chins. According to Punnett square prediction what is the likely hood that their next child will have a […]

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Date: November 23rd, 2022

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture Course: Use the following information to solve the problem using a Punnett square. Assume that the dominant “B” allele encodes brown eyes and the recessive “b” allele encodes blue eyes. An individual with the genotype BB has children by mating with an individual of the genotype bb. What is the percent chance that they would have children with blue eyes?

Use the following information to solve the problem using a Punnett square. Assume that the dominant “B” allele encodes brown eyes and the recessive “b” allele encodes blue eyes. An individual with the genotype BB has children by mating with an individual of the genotype bb. What is the percent chance that they would have […]

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Date: November 23rd, 2022

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture Course: Skin color, controlled by three separately inherited genes that each exist in two allelic forms (A, a; B, b; C, c), is an example of which form of inheritance?

Skin color, controlled by three separately inherited genes that each exist in two allelic forms (A, a; B, b; C, c), is an example of which form of inheritance? sex-linked inheritance polygene inheritance multiple-allele inheritance dominant-recessive inheritance

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Date: November 23rd, 2022

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