Chromosomal Inheritance

In this video Paul Andersen describes genetics at the chromosomal level. He begins with a simple monohybrid cross as viewed through Mendelian genetics and then shows how genes are distributed through meiosis to possible gametes. This is following by a dihybrid cross and a cross that shows gene linkage.

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Title: String Theory
Artist: Herman Jolly
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