What is a deletion? Inversion? Translocation? Duplication? What is Down’s syndrome? What causes it? What are the characteristics of an individual with Down’s? What is Klinefelter’s? What causes it? What are the characteristics of an individual with Klinefleter’s, What is Turners? What causes it? What are the characteristics of an individual with Turners? What is Williams’ Syndrome? What causes it? What are the characteristics of an individual with Williams? What is “Philadelphia Translocation? What causes it? What are the characteristics of an individual with this translocation? What is the blending theory of inheritance? Who is considered the “father of genetics” What was the plant that Mendel used in his experiments? Why did he use it? What is “true breeding” in Mendel’s pea plants? What is genotype? What is phenotype? What is recessive? What is dominant? What is homozygous? Heterozygous? (Know which genotypes reflect each) What genotypes can exhibit the dominant phenotype? What genotypes can exhibit the recessive phenotype? What was Mendel’s law of dominance? What was Mendel’s law of segregation? What was Mendel’s law of independent assortment? In Mendel’s experiments, what was P1, F1 and F2? What were the genotypes and phenotypes of meogel’s. crosses (P1, F1 and F2)? What is a gene locus? What is an allele What is a Punnett square? What are they used for? What is a monohybrid cross? What is a dihybrid cross? In doing a Punnett square, what is placed on the left side of the square and at the top of the square? Know how to determine the gametes that should be placed on the side & top of a Punnett square? Know how to determine the results of a Punnett square cross? What is a pedigree chart? What do circles represent? Squares? Shaded? What are the characteristics of autosomal recessive disorders? Autosomal dominant disorders? X-linked disorders? Which genotypes have the disorder in each? What is a “carrier?” In which of the 3 are carriers” possible? For autosomal recessive disorder what are the chances of a couple who are both carriers having an affected child? For autosomal dominant disorders, could two individuals who were both affected have a normal child? (hint… the answer is yes. Can you tell me what their genotypes would have to be?) What is incomplete dominance? Example?

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