|No. of homologous chromosome pairs (heterozygous genes)||No. of different gametes from each parent|
|1 (Aa X Aa)||2 (21)|
|2 (AaBb X AaBb)||4 (22)|
|3 (AaBbCc X AaBbCc)||8 (23)|
|4 (AaBbCcDd X AaBbCcDd)||16 (24)|
How many gametes are formed by AaBbCc?
The number of gametes produced by the plant having the genotype AaBbCC is four.
How many different types of gametes can be produced by an organism with genotype AaBbCc?
The given genotype AaBbCcDd is heterozygous for 4 genes and can make 24= 16 types of gametes.
What is the chance of getting the gamete ABc from the genotype AaBbCc?
There are actually eight potential gamete types your organism can produce: ABC, ABc, AbC, aBC, Abc, aBc, abC, and abc. The chances of any of these being in any given egg or sperm cell is exactly the same– 1/8, or 12.5% (assuming they randomly assorted, and are not located on the same chromosome).
What skin color is AaBbCc?
Someone who is aabbcc would have very light skin color. If a person who had the AABBCC genotype and a person with the aabbcc genotype had children .. their children would all be the AaBbCc genotype and have a ‘mid-brown skin’ phenotype.
What are all possible gametes that can be produced by an individual?
All possible gametes are FG and Fg. Explanation: The individual in a given question has genotype FFGg. It is obvious from the individual’s genotype that it has one pair of contrasting alleles.
How many types of gametes can be produced by a diploid organism?
Types of gametes =2n where n is number of heterozygous loci. Thus, gametes produced by a diploid organism could be 24=16.
How many genotypes are possible?
A description of the pair of alleles in our DNA is called the genotype. Since there are three different alleles, there are a total of six different genotypes at the human ABO genetic locus. The different possible genotypes are AA, AO, BB, BO, AB, and OO. How are blood types related to the six genotypes?
How many alleles are in a gene?
An allele is one of two or more versions of a gene. An individual inherits two alleles for each gene, one from each parent. If the two alleles are the same, the individual is homozygous for that gene.