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This reciprocal cross produced the same result (all purple flowers) in the F1 as the original cross had (Figure 2-6). He concluded that it makes no difference which way the cross is made. If one purebreeding parent is purple-flowered and the other is white-flowered, all plants in the F1 have purple flowers. The purple flower color in the F1 generation is identical with that in the purple-flowered parental plants. Next, Mendel selfed the F1 plants, allowing the pollen of each flower to fall on its own stigma.
A typical pedigree for a dominant disorder is shown in Figure 2-16. Once again, notice that Mendelian ratios are not necessarily observed in families. As with recessive disorders, persons bearing one copy of the rare A allele (A/a) are much more common than those bearing two copies (A/A), so most affected people are heterozygotes, and virtually all matings that produce progeny with dominant disorders are A/a ϫ a/a. Therefore, when the progeny of such matings are totaled, a 1 : 1 ratio is expected of unaffected (a/a) to affected (A/a) persons.
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. green. Mendel crossed a pure yellow line with a pure green line and observed that the F1 peas that appeared were all yellow. 1 Autosomal inheritance phenotypic ratio in the F2 generation was a more fundamental 1 : 2 : 1 ratio: P 3 4 1 4 a Only Point 4 Eggs produced Point 3 pure-breeding yellow A /a F1 yellow green Points 1 and 2 a /a A Only Gametes 1 4 ϫ A /A (Zygote) 2 4 “impure’’ yellow 1 4 pure-breeding green Further studies showed that such 1 : 2 : 1 ratios underlie all the 3 : 1 F2 phenotypic ratios that Mendel had observed.