Biology Inheritance Principle part 47 (Questions 4) class 12 XII | Summary and Q&A

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Biology Inheritance Principle part 47 (Questions 4) class 12 XII

TL;DR

This video discusses the principles of inheritance, including dominant and recessive traits, and provides examples through genetic crosses.

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Key Insights

  • 🤬 Different traits in genetics can be denoted using specific genotype symbols.
  • 🤠 The inheritance of horned and hornless calves depends on the genotypes of the parent bull and cow.
  • 😑 Dominance can be determined by observing which trait is expressed in the F1 generation of a genetic cross.
  • ⚾ The likelihood of homozygous offspring can be calculated based on the inheritance patterns of dominant and recessive traits.

Transcript

hello friends this video on principles of inheritance part 47 is brought to you by example.com no more fear from exam number 10 in catalyst condition is dominant over haunt so hotness condition is denoted by capital p and haunt is denoted by small three a certain pointless bull is bred to three cows okay so a hornless bull so whenever we want to ta... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: How are different traits denoted in genetics?

In genetics, different traits are denoted using genotype symbols. For example, hornlessness can be denoted by small p, while hotness can be denoted by capital p.

Q: What are the possible genotypes of the offspring when a hornless bull is crossed with a cow?

When a hornless bull is crossed with a cow, the possible genotypes of the offspring depend on the genotype of the bull. It can be homozygous (capital T capital T) or heterozygous (capital T small p), resulting in hornless calves.

Q: How is dominance determined in genetics?

Dominance in genetics is determined by observing which trait is expressed in the F1 generation. If all offspring display a particular trait, it is considered dominant. In the video, the spotted trait is dominant over the solid trait.

Q: How many homozygous spotted rabbits and solid colored rabbits are expected in the F2 generation?

In the F2 generation, three-fourths of the offspring are expected to be spotted, while one-fourth is expected to be solid colored. Therefore, there is a possibility of 8 homozygous spotted rabbits and all solid colored rabbits being homozygous.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • The video explains how to denote different traits, such as hornlessness and hotness, using genotype symbols.

  • It discusses the outcomes of genetic crosses between a hornless bull and different cows, showing the inheritance of horned and hornless calves.

  • The video also explains how to determine the dominance of traits through a cross between a spotted rabbit and a solid colored rabbit.

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