The Dihybrid Cross and Independent Assortment
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
1) Compare the principle of segregation to the principle of independent assortment.
2) Use the principles of segregation and independent assortment to explain the results observed in genetic data sets.
3) Recognize that environment and genetics play a role in the expression of phenotype.
4) Contrast complete dominance with a lack of dominance.
5) Make predictions in dihybrid crosses using simple Punnet squares and the principles of independent assortment.
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