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1. Two unrelated species evolve in a way that makes them more similar.
2. Similar evolutionary changes occurring in two species that can be related or unrelated.
3. The tandem back-and-forth evolution of closely related species, which is exemplified by predator-prey relationships.
4. Two related species evolve in a way that makes them less similar.
Questions 5-8 refer to the following information.
5. What kind of inheritable condition does this pedigree appear to show?
6. What is the probability that couple C and D will produce a child that has the condition?
7. Which of the following conditions could show the same kind of pedigree results?
8. If child E does in fact have the condition, what is the probability that child F will also have it?
Questions 9-11 refer to the following information.An experiment involving fruit flies produced the following results:Vestigial wings are wild type, crumpled wings are mutant.Gray body is dominant, black body is mutant.
Questions 9-11 refer to the following information.
An experiment involving fruit flies produced the following results:
Vestigial wings are wild type, crumpled wings are mutant.
Gray body is dominant, black body is mutant.
9. From the data presented above, one can conclude that these genes are
10. What is the crossover frequency of these genes?
11. How many map units apart would these genes be on a linkage map?