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    Hey ppl......

    got this exam 2moro......will read through book again....just to make sure I am sometimes confused on this topic has anyone got notes on Inheritance??? It just doesnt get to me!
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    well as far as i know, monohybrid is just when there is one characteristic, so u get like A as dominant, b as recessiv. dihybrid is where there are two characteristics so u can get AaBb in one gene.

    The gametes of AaBb will be AB, Ab, aB, and ab

    if u cross 2 of these together, its basically the same thing as monohybrid, where u use the punnett square, but its a lot bigger

    i think thats right...anyone else?
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    that's dihybrid inheritance because it's inheritance of 2 genes therefore 2 characteristics... Aa (1st gene) Bb (2nd gene)

    monohybrid inheritance is inheritance of 1 gene therefore 1 characteristic
 
 
 
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