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Choose your favorite eukaryotic organism (or make one up) and design a chromosome with three linked loci each with two alleles. Show a picture or drawing of a genetic map of a heterozygous individual and provide a coefficient of coincidence value. The organism must be diploid. Choose traits that have detectable phenotypes and are logical for your organism. No distances on your map should be greater than 25cM. You should not show the calculations used to create the map. Illustrate and explain a genetic cross that would only produce heterozygous progeny consistent with your genetic map. Be sure to include genotypes and picture representations of the chromosomes of both the parents and the offspring. No individual can be homozygous dominant for all three loci in any of your crosses. Predict the probability of all 8 gamete types that would be created by a heterozygous individual. For each gamete type label the event that would result in the gamete to be produced (e.g. NCO, SCO1, SCO2, DCO) Include this on the reference page also. Only explain your calculations for a single DCO gamete example and a single SCO1 gamete example.

Choose your favorite eukaryotic organism (or make one up) and design a chromosome with three linked loci each with two alleles.
  • Show a picture or drawing of a genetic map of a heterozygous individual and provide a coefficient of coincidence value.
    • The organism must be diploid.
    • Choose traits that have detectable phenotypes and are logical for your organism.
    • No distances on your map should be greater than 25cM.
    • You should not show the calculations used to create the map.
  • Illustrate and explain a genetic cross that would only produce heterozygous progeny consistent with your genetic map. 
    • Be sure to include genotypes and picture representations of the chromosomes of both the parents and the offspring. 
    • No individual can be homozygous dominant for all three loci in any of your crosses.
  • Predict the probability of all 8 gamete types that would be created by a heterozygous individual. For each gamete type label the event that would result in the gamete to be produced (e.g. NCO, SCO1, SCO2, DCO)
    • Include this on the reference page also.
  • Only explain your calculations for a single DCO gamete example and a single SCO1 gamete example.

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