Dominant and located on the X chromosome!
Dominant and located on the Y chromosome!
Recessive and located on the X chromosome!
Recessive and located on the Y chromosome!
Sickle Cell Disease
The CF allele is dominant!
The CF allele is recessive!
The CF allele cannot produce CFTR!
The CF allele overproduces CFTR!
Sickle cell disease
Locating overlapping sequences!
Identifying genes by finding promoters!
Cutting the DNA into manageable pieces!
Sorting introns from exons!
Copying pieces of DNA!
Labeling different nucleotides with chemical dyes!
Separating different pieces of DNA based on their size!
Cutting large DNA molecules into smaller pieces!
Bind DNA to chemical dyes!
Separate DNA fragments!
Reproduce DNA strands!
Synthesize nucleotide bases!
By identifying if the patient’s parents carry the dominant allele for Huntington’s disease!
By identifying if the patient is married to a person that exhibits symptoms of Huntington’s disease!
By identifying if the patient had been in close contact with someone that exhibits symptoms of Huntington’s disease!
By identifying if the patient had been in close contact with someone that carries the dominant allele for Huntington’s disease!
Insurance companies might identify where a person lives!
Insurance companies might charge unreasonable rates for genetic tests!
Insurance companies might try to alter a person’s DNA!
Insurance companies might deny a person insurance based on his or her chances of developing a disease!
If two alleles are codominant then both alleles will be observed in heterozygotes!
If two alleles are codominant then the heterozygous phenotype will be somewhere between the homozygous phenotypes!
If two alleles display simple dominance then only the recessive allele will be observed in heterozygotes!
If two alleles display simple dominance then neither allele will be observed in heterozygotes!
Is treated with antibiotics
Becomes part of the transformed cell's genome
Becomes a nucleus
Resistance to Herbicides
Shorter Ripening Times
High Blood Pressure
Vitamin A Deficiency
A DNA microarray
Restriction Enzyme Analysis
Getting a copyright for the method!
Discovering a new gene!
Obtaining a patent!
Publishing its description in a journal!
DNA fingerprinting can be used to treat criminals that have a genetic disease or disorder!
DNA fingerprinting can be used to identify persons that were wrongly convicted of a crime!
DNA fingerprinting can be used to identify which genes are active in persons that commit crimes!
DNA fingerprinting can allow persons that commit crimes to be used as animal models in medical research studies!