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Punnet table help,Horticulturits where you at?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Frate_Raper, Apr 17, 2005.

  1. Frate_Raper

    Frate_Raper 12oz Veteran Member

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    Punnet table help,Horticulturits where you at?

    Discussion started by Frate_Raper - Apr 17, 2005

    I skipped 2 classes about setting up Punnet tables for plant genetics and I'm working on my take home exam for my Botany for Gardening class and I'm stuck,the inter web hasn't been much help I need some one to explain this shit.




    Yeah Yeah i'm studying gardening fuck off
     
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  2. JohnnyHorton

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    JohnnyHorton - Replied Apr 18, 2005

    i'm not sure how in depth whatever you're taking is
    but i do know that all a punnet square does is take each chromosome of the two species being crossed and shows all the possible outcomes of reproduction

    is that along the lines of what you're doing or more indepth?
     
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  4. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Apr 18, 2005

    punett squares?
     
  5. Tough Love

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    Tough Love - Replied Apr 18, 2005

    yeah i was gunna say the same thing the guy who frst replied said...


    its like AB fucks ab

    A B
    a aA aB

    b Ab BB

    im wrong and i only did like grade 12 biology.....but like thats the shit ur talking about right? them squares....anyways, lucky thing u got a take home exam. tell us how u did!
     
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    heavyLox - Replied Apr 18, 2005

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    What is a Punnett Square and how do we use it?

    A Punnett Square is simply a tool to help you understand how alleles are passed to the next generation. It enables you to follow each parental allele as it could get passed to the next generation.

    Use your book, the book CD, and the following figure to help you along here with a monohybrid cross. All you have to do is know the genotypes of the parents-- that tells you which alleles each parent could offer to the next generation. The alleles they could give are what you write along the side and top of the square; once you figure out what letters to write along the side and the top of your square, it is easy to fill in. Here's a description for how to do a parental generation monohybrid cross between individuals that are purebred.


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    heavyLox - Replied Apr 18, 2005

    i hope your knowledge of plants doesnt end you up in the clink.
     
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    sneak - Replied Apr 19, 2005

    my knowledge of plant biology amounts to understanding photosynthesis and knowing the words "xilem" aand "flowem".
     
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    holy crap cakes.
     
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    Frate_Raper - Replied Apr 20, 2005

    thanks everyone I did ok on the first small on but we did some SERIOUS shit that fucked me.


    Heavy lox is the fucking winner!
     
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    JohnnyHorton - Replied Apr 20, 2005

    heavy lox posted what i was talking about
    monohybrid isn't so bad... its keeping track of 2cnd and 3rd gen dyhybrid crosses that get tough

    punnet squares need good book keeping
     
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