In order to successfully do this we first planted a parent generation which would serve as the foundation for out other generations. We continued to grow,water, and monitor the plants over a 35 day period in a classroom with the plants sitting on a watering system under fluorescent lighting. After the growth of our first set of plants, there were a variety of leaf lengths.
Law of independent assortment -the alleles for different traits segregated and assorted themselves independently of other pairs of alleles during meiosis. For example, the alleles for round or wrinkled peas assort independently of the genes for green or yellow peas.
This independent assortment occurs because either the different genes are on different chromosomes which assort independently in meiosis or because the genes are on the same chromosome but are so far apart that a crossing over event occurs making them assort independently.
At this point in time, I will not hold you to understanding the latter fact. Is one trait dominant and the other recessive? What is your hypothesis? There is no one correct answer, but your hypothesis must be testable.
You might want to read EX 8. You then should dry lab the lab, noting that the lab has: Today, we will plant F1 seeds dry lab it. Please follow the directions on p For example, step 2 on p says to plant the seeds using the procedure on p Inheritance of Plant Color: Green, Yellow-green, and Purple Ex 8.
This is a more difficult task, so please discuss it with each other in groups, and have your group ask me if needed. Please read EX 8. Once again, there is no one single answer, though some answers will be better than others, and your answer must be testable.
Today Once again, we will be planting F1 seeds, but different seeds than in Ex 8. Please follow the directions on pnoting that step 2 says to plant the seeds using the procedure on p I discovered that we had planted seeds to EX 8. We do not have seeds to EX 8. You planted F1 seeds that were generated from parents of these phenotypes:Fast Plants lab.
1. anthocyaninless anl. 2. anthocyaninless, yellowgreen anl, yg needs to be planted 2 days early Sunday Jan TA will plant. 3. wild type1. 4. variegated needs to be planted days early Friday Jan 14 TA will plant.
Jan 08, · In this Fast Plant lab we planted and grew Wisconsin Fast Plants. By growing these plants we were able to see what kind of data we would be working with and then manipulate the experiment to produce results that we wanted and would expect.
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Abstract: This lab was conducted to have an understanding of fast plants by combining Mendelian genetics with plant physiology.
The type of plant seed used for this experiment was the Brassica rapa. As the plants grew throughout the semester, observations of the phenotype were made of the P1, P2, and F1 plants%(23).
This lab will investigate the inheritance of traits in the plant Brassica rapa. Mendel worked with monohybrid (single trait) cross and dihybrid (two traits) cross.
Each cross begins with true-breeding parents; each of which is homozygous (has two 75%(12). You will be studying these plants during the term and writing up a lab report in two parts on them.
Recall that the quiz next week will have general questions from the current lab of the week (or next week's lab) and detailed questions from the previous lab that you completed (under the "This week" section today).