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University of Texas at Austin
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Bio 325l - Laboratory Experience in Genetics

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Name Lab room day time TA name Part 1 Fly Notation 1 5 points Based on lecture and the appendix of the lab manual answer the following questions 1 Showing all chromosomes for purposes of practice and using proper notation show both the cross and outcome of a 0 5 A female homozygous for apterous with a wild type male ap ap X Y ap b 0 5 A male homozygous for apterous with a wild type female X Y ap ap ap 2 0 5 Assuming the following offspring resulted from a cross of true breeding i e homozygous parents what are the parents genotypes p e p p X Y e e Part 2 Fly Lab 8 5 points Read p 17 of the lab manual you will need to do this before lab anyway White eyes in flies are typically caused by some combination of four distinct mutations Research each of these mutations and summarize the genes they occur in by listing each one s normal function what happens to a fly s phenotype when it is homozygous for a knock out null mutation and why what chromosome it is found on and if the typical mutation is dominant or recessive Also list your source s of information You may use textbooks scientific articles primary research or review and for this it does not matter the year it was published nor does it have to be the first descriptive article on the gene or official websites typically edu or gov but not anything lacking rigorous review meaning most websites including Wikipedia are not valid sources flybase org is acceptable Note that primary research articles often discuss the details of genes in their introduction background sections even if it is well known information This last tip may also be important for your writing assignment Hint Wild type eye color in Drosophila brick red is a result of two distinct pigments 3 White a 0 5 Normal gene function Deposition of pigment into various body structures but most notable for controlling the deposition of pigments into the eye In more detail it is an ATP binding cassette cotransporter ABC transporter and is used in the transportation of



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