What is an a'a'?
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dominant true : AA AA or AA Aa or AA AA or recessive true :AA AA
Well, if you use a punnent square, all you would have to do is put Aa on the top and AA on the bottom. A a a Aa AA a Aa AA So as you can see there is a 50 % chance the off spring will be Aa and a 50% chance the off spring will be AA.
Depends on the genotype of the parents. AA x AA - 0% Aa x AA - 50% Aa x Aa - 50% aa x aa - 0%
If the parents are both AA, which results in the cross AA X AA, then the offspring will all be AA. If both parents are AA, resulting in the cross AA X AA, then all offspring will be AA. If BOTH parents are Aa, resulting in the cross Aa X Aa, then the offspring will be 25% AA, 50% Aa, and 25% AA. This is only true if the alleles are not sex-linked.
Recorder: For One And All AA BB AA GG AA BB A B A AA BB AA GG AA BB A B A BB BB AA G G BB B A A G A BB BB AA G G BB B A A G A AA BB AA GG AA BB A B A AA BB AA GG AA BB A B A
homozygous = AA & AA Heterozygous = Aa
A normal man married an albino woman. Their first child is an albino.What are the genotypes of these three persons?
The albino woman has to be AA. So the man has to be either AA or Aa in order to be normal. So if they have a baby and its albino it has to contain the AA gene. a a A Aa | Aa ---------------- A Aa | Aa doesn't work.. All outcomes are normal. a a A Aa | Aa ----------------- a AA | AA these combination outcomes 50% chance of an albino baby… Read More
Out breeding: AA + aa The aa is a deleterious trait that is recessive. All Aa and trait not expressed. Inbreeding: aa X aa or Aa X Aa or Aa X aa All express deleterious traits as they are all carrier and expressors of said traits and statistically will express more often if inbreed.
Here are the four possibilities: AA Aa Aa aa Therefore there is a 25% chance of producing a homozygous dominant offspring (AA).
when a dominant trait combines with a recessive trait the dominant one is expressed in the offspring. Aa AA Aa AA aA AA The Aa represents or rather expresses the dominant trait.
Albinism is a recessive trait, meaning that an albino person has the genotype AA, while a person who isn't albino has the trait Aa or AA. Two albino people (AA x AA) will have all albino children. Aa x AA will have a 50% probability of albino children, and 50% normal children who are carriers (Aa). AA x AA will have all normal children who are carriers (Aa). Aa x Aa will have 25% AA… Read More
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There are two choices that produce the least phenotypic variation. AA times aa produces only Aa offspring. AA times Aa produces and AA and Aa offspring.
Homozygous recessive. Aa X aa ---------- 2 Aa 2 aa ============homozygous dominant Aa X AA ---------- 2 AA 2Aa ======
Genotype: AA AA Aa Aa 50% Homodominate 50%Hetro Phenotype: 100% Dominate charicteristics
Assuming that the terms, a and AA, are commutative, It is 1 + a^3 + (AA)^3 - 3aAA
Crossing Aa with Aa would get you AA, Aa, Aa and aa. Two heterozygotes and two homozygotes. Of the latter, one dominant and one recessive.
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AA X AA = all Aa Aa X Aa = 2 Aa, 1 AA and the expression of the homozygous recessive; AA As you see, simply put, some traits are masked by dominant traits in one generation but can be brought to expressivity in the next generation.
Two true breeders, f1. AA aa All progeny, Aa so, Aa X Aa ( f2 ) Produces. AA = 1/4 Aa = 1/2 aa = 1/4 =======That's why.
Heterozygous Aa Homozygous AA, aa
25% AA 50% Aa 25% AA
There's not enough information to answer this completely based on the question. Are the plants homo or heterozygous? Which traits are dominent and which are recessive? Here's the basics: Call the dominent trait 'A', and the recessive 'a' and using basic Mendelian genetics the parents can be AA, Aa, or aa: Aa crossed with Aa in a chart looks like this: A a __________ A| AA | Aa| a| Aa | aa| So, 25% AA… Read More
In a question of pure Mendelian dominance/recessiveness there would be 3 cases that match your condition: If both parents are heterozygous (Aa), neither parent would display the trait.1/4 AA, 1/2 Aa, and 1/4 AA (Aa carries and AA displays trait) If one parent is heterozygous (Aa) (does not display) and the other parent is homozygous (AA) recessive (displays trait) 1/4 Aa, 3/4 AA (AA displays trait) If both parents are homozygous recessive (AA) (both display… Read More
AA, Aa, Aa, aa 1:2:1 Ratio
Take the phenotypes of the two parents and have them above and next to a box: (say that the mother is AA and the father is aa) ....A A a Aa Aa a Aa Aa All of the children should have one dominant and one recessive allele.
Purebreds can be recessive or dominant, depending on their genotype. A genotype for spots on a griaffe could be AA (purebred dominant), Aa (heterozygous dominant), or AA (purebred recessive)? AA and Aa would both show the dominant phenotype, but only AA and AA are purebreds.
The genotypic ratio of a cross of Aa and Aa is: one AA, one aa, and two Aa. Or 1:2:1
both AA and AA last the same time because they are the same type of batteries.
aa aa a a a aa a a a a a a
What type of gene is needs to be inherited from one parent in order for the offspring to have the genetic condition or characteristics?
A dominant gene. AA X Aa or Aa X Aa or AA X aa All will yield some percentage of dominance in traits.
If ALL offspring are Aa, The parents are AA and aa.
One can apply for an AA loan in the following online websites; AA official site which offers AA membership, smart fuel, cars, drivers and insurance. Thea AA company also offers AA loans.
Both parents are heterozygous widows peak is dominant over straight hair what kind of hairline would offspring have?
A dihybrid cross for the parental generation would look as follows: A a A AA Aa a Aa aa Indicating three different genotypes, AA, Aa and aa. These three genotypes would be expressed in two phenotypes: 75% of offspring would express the dominant widow's peak (AA and Aa), while 25% of offspring would express the recessive straight hairline (aa).
AA+ and AA+ AH+ and AH+ AA+ and AH+ AH- and AH+ AA- and AA+ AH- and AA+ AA- and AH+ AA+ and AB+ AH+ and AB+ AH- and AB+ AH+ and AB- AA- and AB+ AA+ and AB- Whoooo... I think thats all the possible combinations. A couple with any of the above blood types could have an A+ child. NOTE: The H antigen is often called the O antigen by lay-people
A hybrid is the same thing as a heterozygote. It has one dominant and one recessive allele. For example: AA = Homozygous dominant Aa = Heterozygous AA = Homozygous recessive The AA, Aa, or AA is known as the organism's genotype. The phenotype will vary depending on the dominance. For things that show complete dominance, AA and Aa might represent Green peas and AA might represent yellow peas (using Mendel's peas).
Yes an AA mother can marry an AA father, when they give birth, it wil result to an AA children
50% will be tall
A b-aa-aa-aa-d situation.
Homozygous - aa AA Heterozygoes - Aa
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What is the answer of this question the father have a blood type of a and a mother has a blood type of a what is the possible answer if they have four child?
The number of children does not really matter since the possible genotypes of blood type allele distribution will be the same: There can be three possible cases for type A x type A cross over: Case 1: AO x AO Possible genotypes of children: AA, AO, AO, OO => AA 25%, AO 50%, OO 25% Case 2: AA x AO Possible genotypes of children: AA, AO, AA, AO => AA 50%, AO 50% (no possible… Read More
AA AA AA AA Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb AA AA AA AA GG GG GG GG G F G A G A Bb A G F G A G F A G #C A G A #C Bb A G F G A G F A G G
Which hereditary rule explains why a self-fertilizing parent that is heterozygous for the A locus (Aa) can produce offspring that are AA or AA?
Principle of segregation
EX: A . a A AA . Aa A= dominate gene ........................ . a= recessive gene a aA . AA NOTE: I cannot make a box so I am using dots)
A punnett square shows the genotype of the offspring from which a phenotype can be determined if there is an understanding of how the alleles affect the appearance of the offspring. Least complicated would single alleles from each parent where parent AA is crossed with parent AA. In this case all offspring have the same phenotype so there is no ratio. Cossing Aa parents results in AA, Aa and aa offspring where based on phenotype… Read More
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AA (dominant) mating with aa (recessive) -----> Aa