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Bio 325l - Laboratory Experience in Genetics

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Name Lab room day time TA name Fly Inheritance and Statistical Testing Combined data sets are posted in the DATA folder of Assignments on Blackboard Make sure you use the data appropriate for your specific sets of flies they are grouped by TA The outcomes here are more varied so the questions are going to be more general Be sure to show your work and clearly indicate your reasoning Follow the examples given in the statistics supplement Note that for this assignment we want you to assume simple patterns For linked gene models assume crossing over happens equally in males and females and either happens completely 50 rates acting as unlinked or not at all The issues of partial crossover rates and how sex affects crossing over in Drosophila will be addressed in a later homework assignment You will want to use combined data from all sections analyzing the same mutants These are grouped by TA You may need to tally the data across the related sections if it has not been done so already 1 From question 4 on homework 6 you made defensible determinations of the broad characteristics for your fly lines Review the combined fly datasets If you need to revise your initial assessment of you fly lines do so since the remaining questions will use combined data 0 points no response required White eyed fly line You have made a determination of what you think the pattern of inheritance might From the previous homework assignments you should be aware that in this case there are only three possibilities for gene combinations and the subsequent inheritance method for your particular line of white eyed flies You will test your data against all three of these potential models only one of which will likely match what you think it should be This will ideally result in the rejection of two models and the non rejection of the third but you must report the results as they actually are This means that you could end up rejecting all of the models none of them or a mix Special case For now test a



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