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October 23, 2021 1:09 pmpts 30 pts
different Limitation Comple plementation test has the following limitations: Dominant or co-dominant mutations, Intragenic complementation, 3. Polar mutation, cis acting genes. 4 Comnlementation map represents a complementation groups as discrete non overlapping lines which can be constructed by performing pair-WISe complementation analysis of several mutants. SuDDOse, in Drosophila mutant A, B, C, D, E, F and G all have the same phenotype; the absence of red pigment in the eves. In pair-wise combinations in complementation test, the following results were produced, where + means complementation and means no complementation BC DE F G G + B ely C above results, the numbers of genes can be analyzed as follows re A complement with B, C, E and G. Therefore, B, C, E and G are in separate cistron. On the otner ad F dnd Dare non-complement with A. Thus, they are on the A cistronic group. -Complement with G. Therefore, B and G are in another group, i.e., in the same cisuron Bp B Cis p Therefore, nplement with E. So, it is in the other group, i.e., C and E is in same cistronic grouP there are three genes gene enes present. A, D and F are in one gene: B and G in other gene and C and E ano
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    Complementation test, also called cis-trans test, in genetics, test for determining whether two mutations associated with a specific phenotype represent two different forms of the ...
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    does two mutation mean for two different characters?
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