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    in humans, a cleft chin is dominant and no-cleft is recessive. what will the generations look like? assume that mendel’s method of crossing two true breeding parents with opposite traits is followed. check all that apply. the p generation, f1 generation, and f2 generation will have all cleft chins. the p generation, f1 generation, and f2 generation will have all no-cleft chins. the p generation and f1 generation will have all cleft chins. the f1 generation will have all cleft chins. the p generation and f2 generation will have all no-cleft chins. the p generation and f2 generation will have cleft chins and no-cleft chins. the p generation, f1 generation, and f2 generation will have cleft chins and no-cleft chins.

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    In humans, a cleft chin is dominant and no

    Answer:The P generation and F1 generation will have all cleft chins. The F1 generation will have all cleft chins.Explanation:In humans, if a cleft ch

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    In humans, a cleft chin is dominant and no-cleft is recessive. What will the generations look like? Assume that Mendel’s method

    of crossing two true breeding parents with opposite traits is followed. Check all that apply. The P generation, F1 generation, and F2 generation will have all cleft chins. The P generation, F1 generation, and F2 generation will have all no-cleft chins. The P generation and F1 generation will have all cleft chins. The F1 generation will have all cleft chins. The P generation and F2 generation will have all no-cleft chins. The P generation and F2 generation will have cleft chins and no-cleft chins. The P generation, F1 generation, and F2 generation will have cleft chins and no-cleft chins.

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    Eduardwww [97]1 year ago

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    Answer:

    The P generation and F1 generation will have all cleft chins.

    The F1 generation will have all cleft chins.

    Explanation:

    In humans, if a cleft chin is dominant and no cleft chin is recessive and two true breeding parents are crossed then P and F1 generation will have all cleft chins while F2 generation will have 75% progenies with cleft chins and 25% with no cleft chin.

    Let us consider 'A' represents dominant trait (cleft chin) & 'a' represents recessive trait (no cleft chin). The cross is shown as under:

    Parental                         AA    x     aa

    F1 generation          Aa    Aa    Aa    Aa

    Now for F2 generation, F1 generation progenies which are heterozygotes i.e. Aa & Aa will mate.

    F1 generation             Aa x Aa

    F2 generation       AA  Aa  Aa  aa

    Although, progenies in F1 generation are heterozygotes for the trait yet phenotypically they all will be born with cleft chin.

    Harrizon [31]1 year ago

    4 0 The answer is:

    The F1 generation will have all cleft chin.

    The P generation and F2 generation will have cleft chins and no-cleft chin.

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    In fruit flies, straight wings are dominant and curly wings are recessive. What will the generations look like? Assume that Mendel's method of crossing two true breeding parents with opposite traits is followed.

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    DOMINANT INHERITANCE

    Dominant Inheritance

    When a trait is dominant, only one allele is required for the trait to be observed. A dominant allele will mask a recessive allele, if present. A dominant allele is denoted by a capital letter (A versus a). Since each parent provides one allele, the possible combinations are: AA, Aa, and aa. Offspring whose genotype is either AA or Aa will have the dominant trait expressed phenotypically, while aa individuals express the recessive trait.

    One example of a dominantly inherited trait is the presence of a widow’s peak (a V-shape) at the hairline.

    Let (W) represent the dominant allele, and (w) represent the recessive allele.  An individual with a (WW) or (Ww) genotype will have a V-shaped peak at the hairline. Only ww individuals will have a straight hairline. To determine the probability of inheritance of a widow’s peak (or any other dominant trait), the genotypes of the parents must be considered. For

    example, if one parent is homozygous dominant (WW) and the other is homozygous recessive (ww), then all their offspring will be heterozygous (Ww) and possess a widow’s peak. If both parents are heterozygous (Ww), there is a 75% chance that any one of their offspring will have a widow’s peak (see figure). A Punnett square can be used to determine all possible genotypic combinations in the parents.

    Pedigree

    A pedigree that depicts a dominantly inherited trait has a few key distinctions. Every affected individual must have an affected parent. Dominantly inherited traits do not skip generations. Lastly, males and females are equally likely to receive a dominant allele and express the trait. In this pedigree both heterozygous and homozygous individuals are affected since the trait is dominant.

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