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Old 12-29-03, 02:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Simple genetics page!

I made a recessive genetics page for my web site. It's kind of a simplified version for those who just want to know how many Hets and Albinos you'll get. Check it out and let me know what you think.

www.cranwill.com

The link is half way down on the left side..... "Genetics".
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Old 12-29-03, 02:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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GENETICS!! lol...man i used to hate this subject when i was doing it...but now when it involves snakes i'm so into it...
its strange what relativity can do...lol
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Yep, pretty good. People will understand it.
Nice webcite by the way.
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Thanks.

Have a great New Year Tim

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Wow...very well done...the site looks great!!!
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Very nicely done Tim - great intro to much needed information.

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Very nice and easy for all to understand.
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Very very nice indeed!
Only I have an (IMO) easier way of doing double hets.

Say you have AaBb x AaBb
First, do Aa x Aa and you get:
1/4 AA
1/2 Ab
1/4 aa

Then do the Bb x Bb and you get the same.

Soooo you do this (multiply the respective proportions):

AA 1/4 x BB 1/4 = AABB 1/16
x Bb 1/2 = AABb 1/8 (2/16)
x bb 1/4 = AAbb 1/16

Aa 1/2 x BB 1/4 = AaBb 2/16
x Bb 1/2 = AaBb 4/16
x bb 1/4 = Aabb 2/16

aa 1/4 x BB 1/4 = aaBB 1/16
x Bb 1/2 = aaBb 2/16
x bb 1/4 = aabb 1/16


Make sense? I just find it easier than all those little squares
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Nice~
I like it your way better...make things easier to understand...I am not at all good with math...lol...so Zoe's way doesn't work for me at all....I like the Punnet Square a lot better...

Nice job in making simple Punnet Square out...
now all you have to do is to make one that has multiple hets...like het for 5 to 6 things at the same time...lol...try making that one out...it'll take you a long time and you'll find it quite annoying...lol~~

nicely done!
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Old 12-29-03, 06:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I usually use the method Zoe has shown. I find it alot less bulky than trying to work it through punett squares especially when multiple independantly assorting traits are involved. I find most people have an easier time visualizing the process with the squares though.
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