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Karyotyping and Punnett Squares

Patient A is the nearly-full-term fetus of a forty year old female. Chromosomes were obtained from fetal epithelial cells acquired through amniocentesis. Complete Patient A's Karyotype.
Patient A is the nearly-full-term fetus of a forty year old female. Chromosomes were obtained from fetal epithelial cells acquired through amniocentesis....basically:

1) Complete Patient A's karyotype.

2) What diagnosis would you give patient A?

http://www.biology.arizona.edu/human_bio/activities/karyotyping/patient_a/final_noform.html

Patient A

Patient A is the nearly-full-term fetus of a forty year old female. Chromosomes were obtained from fetal epithelial cells acquired through amniocentesis....

1) Complete Patient A's karyotype.

2) What diagnosis would you give patient A?

3. Patient B

Patient B is a 28 year old male who is trying to identify a cause for his infertility. Chromosomes were obtained from nucleated cells in the patient's blood.....

1) Complete Patient B's karyotype.

2) What diagnosis would you give patient B?

4. Patient C

Patient C died shortly after birth, with a multitude of anomalies, including polydactyl and a cleft lip. Chromosomes were obtained from a tissue sample......

1) Complete Patient C's karyotype.

2) What diagnosis would you give patient C?

A test cross in pea plants where the purple flowers (P) are dominant over the white flowers (p).

Complete the following punnet square and then answer the questions:

PP x pp p p
P
P

5. What percent of the F1 offspring are purple?

6. What percent of the F2 offspring are purple?

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Solution Summary

This solution includes solutions and explanations related to specific genetics questions. The concepts of karyotyping and the Punnett square are explored.

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