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Human Inheritance patterns and diseases – 8.2 – Biol 189

In this video we’re going to talk about the inheritance patterns of certain human traits and genetic disorders. So do human traits follow the same inheritance patterns that Gregor Mendel saw in the pea plants? The answer is, for the most part, Yes! Gregor Mendel’s principles apply to the inheritance of many human traits. In […]

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What Is Incomplete Dominance – Genetic Basis of Inheritance – Biology Class 12

Do Subscribe To Ekeeda Channel and Press bell icon to get updates about latest Engineering HSC and IIT-JEE Mains and advanced videos. Hello students today we are studying chapter genetic basis of inheritance in that we are studying topic Incomplete Dominance now when I say Incomplete Dominance it is also called as non-mendelian inheritance why […]

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The Plants & The Bees: Plant Reproduction – CrashCourse Biology #38

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about a strategy for reproduction that the very first plants came up with, called alternation of generations, a strategy that nonvascular plants still use today. Hopefully this is coming back to you. A plant can take two different forms that alternate back and forth between generations. The first […]

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Unit 5: Exercise 4A Inherited Traits – A Genetic Coin Toss?

Hey Everyone, Welcome back to Biology in a Box. Today, we’re going to be learning about inherited traits. Do you have freckles? Whether or not you have freckles, as well as many other traits you possess are the results of dominant and recessive alleles. Dominant and recessive alleles are different forms of the same gene. […]

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Codominance and Incomplete Dominance: Non-Mendelian Genetics

Have you ever wondered why some offspring don’t resemble either of their parents, but rather look like a mix of the two? This is often due to gene interactions called co-dominance or incomplete dominance. Today we’ll review what they are, a couple of examples, and then finish out by writing some definitions for each type […]

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