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Summary Gen-21803

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- GEN-21803
- Sijmen Schoustra
- 2019 - 2020
- Wageningen University (Wageningen University, Wageningen)
- Voeding en Gezondheid
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  • C1 The Genetics Revolution in the Life Sciences

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  • Genetics

    Understand the rules that govern the transmission of genetic information at three levels:
    1. From parents to offspring within families
    2. from DNA to gene action within and between cells
    3. over generations within populations of organisms


    • transmission genetics
    • (molecular-developmental genetics) (al in andere vakken gehad)
    • population-evolutionary genetics
  • (jaartal....) Mendel presented his laws of inheritance

    1865

    Homozygoot

    Heterozygoot

    genes and alleles
  • Characteristics of DNA (double helix) that make it suitable as carrier of genetic information
    • Enormous capacity for data storage and diversity: ATGC
    • Replication: A = T G =3 C
    • Translation into form/function 
    • Stability 
    • Mutability 
  • Puzzel C1

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  • A nucleotide that forms a double hydrogen bond with its complement in DNA
    Thymine
    Adenine
  • What QTL stands for
    Quantitative trait locus
  • Figure 1-7 depicts a model in which one gene encodes one ...
    Enzyme
  • A change of one nucleotide in the DNA to another
    Pointmutation
  • C2 Single-Gene Inheritance

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  • The Results of All Mendel's Crosses in which parents differed in one character
    Zie de afbeelding

    In each cross the F1 shows a single phenotype (uniform) with the dominant characters 
  • Selfing of F1 in this case is a .... cross.
    Selfing of F1 in this case is a monohybrid cross (a single gene is segregating)
  • Puzzel C2

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  • The phenotype seen in a heterozygote
    Dominant

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