Question: Is
the genetic basic for the emerald mutation
X-linked Dominant? See picture:
Other options:
X-li…


Is
the genetic basic for the emerald mutation

X-linked Dominant? See picture:
Other options:
X-linked recessive
EM is dominant to +
EM is recessive
EM is a lethal allele
Thank you very much!
Questions 1-2 are based on the information below: A student working in a genetics lab was given the task of studying a new Drosophila mutation called emerald eye color. In the time allotted, they were only able to perform two crosses, and the results of these are provided below. NOTE: EM refers to the emerald eye color phenotype and+ refers to the wild type phenotype. Lab Notes for the Emerald Eyes Mutation Starting (Female: EM) Parents x [Male: +) Fl Offspring Number Proportion Female: EM Male: EM rotal 502 506 1008 Ratio 1.000 1.008 0.5020 Results of Cross #2 Parents (F1 Female: EM) x (F1 Male: EM) F2 Offspring Phen Female: EM Male: EM Male: + Total Number Proportion Ratio О. 5035 254 0.2532 244 0.2433 505 2.070 1.041 1.000 1003 1. What is the genetic basis for the emerald mutation? 2 Using Drosophila nomenclature, present symbols to represent the alleles for this gene and note the phenotype each is responsible for.

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Questions 1-2 are based on the information below: A student working in a genetics lab was given the task of studying a new Drosophila mutation called emerald eye color. In the time allotted, they were only able to perform two crosses, and the results of these are provided below. NOTE: EM refers to the emerald eye color phenotype and+ refers to the wild type phenotype. Lab Notes for the Emerald Eyes Mutation Starting (Female: EM) Parents x [Male: +) Fl Offspring Number Proportion Female: EM Male: EM rotal 502 506 1008 Ratio 1.000 1.008 0.5020 Results of Cross #2 Parents (F1 Female: EM) x (F1 Male: EM) F2 Offspring Phen Female: EM Male: EM Male: + Total Number Proportion Ratio О. 5035 254 0.2532 244 0.2433 505 2.070 1.041 1.000 1003 1. What is the genetic basis for the emerald mutation? 2 Using Drosophila nomenclature, present symbols to represent the alleles for this gene and note the phenotype each is responsible for.

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