Genotypes and Phenotypes
Data Sheet: Activity – GeneticsAll Content is Copyright Protected and May NOT Be Posted or Shared Outside Of The ClassroomNameCourseDateActivity Data Code Procedure I – Part A – Baby bugs when parents are BB and bb4TableTop Science – All Rights Reserved1TableTop Science – All Rights ReservedData Table – Enter your Baby Bug CountsBB Baby BugCountBb Baby BugCountbb Baby BugCountPercentage Tables – Enter the Baby Bug percentagesTip: Baby Bug Percentage = 100% (Baby Bug Count) / (Total Number of Baby Bugs)BB Baby BugPercentageBb Baby BugPercentagebb Baby BugPercentageTip: Blue Rimmed Baby Bug Percentage = BB Baby Bug Percent + Bb Baby Bug PercentBlue Rimmed Baby BugPercentageYellow Rimmed Baby BugPercentageObservations and Questions Complete the Punnett square below when the parents are BB and bb.Punnett SquareMaleFemaleAlleles/GenesBB Describe your baby bug results from this data run in terms of genotypes and phenotypes. Why are there no BB baby bugs or bb baby bugs from this data run? Do the results for the allele distributions confirm the entries in your Punnett Square? Please explain. What evidence from this data run supports the hypothesis that the B allele is heterozygous dominant? Explain your reasoning.