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Kindly don't hinder different classes (counting different Hereditary qualities labs) to check flies in Rivulets 204 (see plan on the entryway). Magnifying lens are in the engine; kindly don't leave on top of seat. Bring number crunchers for one week from now's lab, 9/10, 9/11. . Declarations.

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Please don't hinder different classes (counting different Genetics labs) to check flies in Brooks 204 (see plan on the entryway). Magnifying lens are in the engine; kindly don't leave on top of seat. Bring adding machines for one week from now's lab, 9/10, 9/11. Declarations Homework : hone with Ch. 3 issues 17, 22, 32, 35 - don't hand over. Your responses to issue set 1, found in address 4 notes on the web, due in lab one week from now, 9/10 or 9/11. Get done with perusing Chapter 3 and begin perusing section 4 for one week from now; likewise keep perusing "Minister in the Garden" Pick up supplemental "lab 2" convention sheet today - grammatical mistake Reiterate nonappearance arrangement for labs: you can not get kudos for assignments from labs you missed - see syllabus. It is obligatory to go to labs and you should pass the lab part of the course with a specific end goal to pass the course.

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Review of last address 1. Essential Mendelian hereditary qualities: Mendel's initial three proposes Monohybrid Testcross Dihybrid Cross Independent Assortment Trihybrid Cross 2. Sub-atomic premise of Mendel's proposes 3. Likelihood: item law and aggregate law

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Outline of Lecture 5 I. Restrictive likelihood II. Binomial theorum Chi-square and factual investigation IV. Address your inquiries, if time permits -critical thinking -setting fly crosses Problem comprehending in lab one week from now

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Conditional likelihood What is the probability that one result will happen, given a specific condition? Answer = likelihood, p c ex. In the F2 of Mendel's monohybrid go amongst tall and diminutive person plants, what is the likelihood that a tall plant is heterozygous? condition : consider just tall F2 plants address : of any F2 tall plant, what is the likelihood of it being heterozygous

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How would we explain for a restrictive likelihood, p c ? Consider 2 probabilities: 1) the result of intrigue, and 2) the condition that incorporates the result Example : In the F2 of Mendel's monohybrid go amongst tall and diminutive person plants, what is the likelihood that a tall plant is heterozygous? likelihood a F2 plant is heterozygous p a = 1/2) likelihood of the condition, being tall p b = 3/4 p c = p a/p b = (1/2)/(3/4) = (1/2) x (4/3) = 4/6 = 2/3

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Applications for contingent probabilities Genetic directing : What is the likelihood that an unaffected kin of a sibling or sister communicating a latent issue is a bearer (a heterozygote)? p a = likelihood that unaffected kin is a heterozygote = 1/2 p b = likelihood that kin is unaffected = 3/4 p c = p a/p b = 2/3

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II. The Binomial Theorem Used to decide the likelihood of a specific blend, as opposed to experiencing all potential outcomes. Illustration 1: What is the likelihood that in a group of 4 youngsters, 2 will be male and 2 female? 3 unmistakable techniques to answer this question

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Brute Force Method: Going through every one of the conceivable outcomes - strategy 1 Ex. 1: What is the likelihood that in a group of 4 youngsters, 2 will be male and 2 female? p (MMFF) = (1/2)(1/2)(1/2)(1/2) = 1/16 or p (MFFM) = 1/16 or p (MFMF) = 1/16 or p (FMFM) = 1/16 or p (FFMM) = 1/16 or p (FMMF) = 1/16 Sum = 6/16 = 3/8

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Use of Binomial Theorem - strategy 2 When one of two results is conceivable amid each of a progression of trials, (a + b) n = 1 where an and b are probabilities of two conceivable results and n = # of trials. Grow the binomial: Ex. 1: What is the likelihood that in a group of 4 youngsters, 2 will be male and 2 female? Let a = P male = 1/2 Let b = P female = 1/2 n = 4 (a + b) 4 = a 4 + 4a 3 b + 6a 2 b 2 + 4ab 3 + b 4 (the numerical coefficients are resolved utilizing Pascal's triangle - see message) an and b each happen twice, so utilize: p = 6a 2 b 2 = 6(1/2) 2 (1/2) 2 = 6(1/2) 4 = 6(1/16) = 6/16 = 3/8

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General Formula - strategy 3 The summed up equation is: Where n = add up to number of occasions, s = number of times result a happens, t = number of times result b happens; ! implies factorial, so 4! = 4 X 3 X 2 X 1, and so on. Note 0! = 1. For our illustration 1 , What is the likelihood that in a group of 4 kids, 2 will be male and 2 female? n= 4, s= 2, t=2, a= 1/2, b= 1/2 p = (4!/2!2!)(1/2) 2 (1/2) 2 = ((4*3*2*1)/(2)(2))(1/2) 4 = (24/4)(1/16) = 6/16 = 3/8

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Binomial Example 2 What is the likelihood that in a group of 4 kids, 3 are male and 1 is female? Let a = p male = 1/2, b = p female = 1/2, n = 4 (a + b) 4 = a 4 + 4a 3 b + 6a 2 b 2 + 4ab 3 + b 4 p = 4a 3 b = 4(1/2) 3 (1/2) = 1/4 Confirm that you find a similar solution utilizing the general recipe

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III. Measurements and chi-square How would you know whether your information fits your theory? (3:1, 9:3:3:1, and so on.) For instance, assume you get the accompanying information in a monohybrid cross: Phenotype Data Expected (3:1) A 760 750 a 240 250 Total 1000 1000 Is the contrast between your information and the normal proportion because of chance deviation or is it huge?

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Two focuses about possibility deviation Outcomes of isolation, free grouping, and preparation, similar to coin hurling , are liable to irregular variances. As test size builds, the normal deviation from the normal division or proportion ought to diminish. In this way, a bigger example estimate diminishes the effect of chance deviation on the ultimate result.

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The invalid speculation The supposition that the information will fit a given proportion, for example, 3:1 is the invalid theory . It expect that there is no genuine distinction between the deliberate qualities and the anticipated qualities. Utilize factual examination to assess the legitimacy of the invalid theory . In the event that rejected, the deviation from the normal is NOT because of chance alone and you should reconsider your presumptions. On the off chance that neglected to be rejected, then watched deviations can be credited to risk.

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Process of utilizing chi-square investigation to test integrity of fit Establish an invalid theory: 1:1, 3:1, and so forth. Connect information to the chi-square recipe. Figure out whether invalid speculation is either (a) rejected or (b) not rejected. In the event that rejected, propose substitute speculation. Chi-square examination calculates (a) deviation from expected outcome and (b) test size to give gauge of integrity of attack of the information.

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Chi-square recipe where o = watched an incentive for a given classification, e = expected an incentive for a given classification, and sigma is the whole of the computed values for every class of the proportion Once X 2 is resolved, it is changed over to a likelihood esteem ( p ) utilizing the degrees of flexibility (df) = n-1 where n = the quantity of various classes for the result.

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Chi-square - Example 1 Phenotype Expected Observed A 750 760 a 250 240 1000 1000 Null Hypothesis: Data fit a 3:1 proportion. degrees of flexibility = (number of classifications - 1) = 2 - 1 = 1 Use Fig. 3.12 to decide p - on next slide

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X 2 Table and Graph Unlikely: Reject theory likely improbable Likely: Do not dismiss Hypothesis 0.50 > p > 0.20 Figure 3.12

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Interpretation of p 0.05 is a usually acknowledged cut-off point. p > 0.05 implies that the likelihood is more noteworthy than 5% that the watched deviation is because of chance alone; in this manner the invalid speculation is not rejected. p < 0.05 implies that the likelihood is under 5% that watched deviation is because of chance alone; in this way invalid theory is rejected. Reassess suppositions, propose another theory.

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Conclusions: X 2 under 3.84 implies that we acknowledge the Null Hypothesis (3:1 proportion). In our case , p = 0.48 ( p > 0.05) implies that we acknowledge the Null Hypothesis (3:1 proportion). This implies we anticipate that the information will shift from desires this much or more 48% of the time. On the other hand, 52% of the rehashes would indicate less deviation therefore of chance than at first watched.

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X 2 Example 2: Coin Toss I say that I have a non-trap coin (with both heads and tails). Do you trust me? 1 tail out of 1 hurl 10 tails out of 10 hurls 100 tails out of 100 hurls

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Tossing Coin - Which of these results appear to probably you? Contrast Chi-square and 3.84 (since there is 1 level of flexibility). a) Tails 1 of 1 b) Tails 10 of 10 c) Tails 100 of 100 Chi-square a) b) c) Don't dismiss Reject

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X 2 - Example 3 F2 information: 792 since quite a while ago winged (wildtype) flies, 208 dumpy-winged flies. Speculation: dumpy wing is acquired as a Mendelian latent attribute. Expected Ratio? X 2 investigation? What do the information propose about the dumpy change?

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Summary of address 5 1. Hereditary proportions are communicated as probabilities . Along these lines, determining results of hereditary crosses depends on a comprehension of laws of likelihood, specifically: the total law, item law, restrictive likelihood, and the binomial theorum. 2. Factual investigations are utilized to test the legitimacy of trial results. In hereditary qualities, some variety is normal, because of chance deviation.

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