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Since there are 2 alleles of each gene and 3 different genes, 2EE3 = 8? Let's test this by making a table, for 1 gene there are two different kinds of gametes, so 2EE1 = 2, for 2 genes there are 4 different kinds of gametes (AB, Ab, aB, ab) so 2EE2 = 4, and you already did the calculation yourself for 3 genes, and 2EE3 = 8. Why don't you try working it ...


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It is possible to insert a new gene in another organism. The technique is very new. I know I have done it at school where we had a colony of bacteria, and we did some things to them that some of those bacteria would 'adopt' a gene that would make them able to live on a different pertium dish. If you are intrested in these subjects you should try to ...


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It is not possible to know in most cases whether a chromosome is maternal or paternal without knowing the genome sequence of both mother and father (with some additional effort; see below). There are certain exceptions and these include chromosomes that bear imprinted genes. For example H19 gene on chromosome-1 is maternally imprinted i.e. the paternal ...



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