Punnett Squares Wizards and Muggles Assignment

by Kathy Egbert

| 168 Questions4

5

3

11

12

6

7

8

9

10

13

14

1

2

1

1

Since everyone in this cross has wizarding capabilities and the allele has to be recessive homozygous for the individual to have these capabilities, all of the answers 1 through 10 have to be the alleles, m m.

True

False

2

1

Complete the punnett square by putting in the appropriate recessive alleles in all of the locations. Lily's alleles are mm

enter the alleles without a space between the letters

True

False

3

1

A M

B m

4

1

A M

B m

5

1

A M

B m

6

1

A M

B m

7

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

8

1

The alleles are the same as #7

True

False

9

1

The alleles are the same as #7 and #8

True

False

10

1

The alleles are the same as #7, 8, and 9.

True

False

11

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

12

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

13

1

Phenotype(s):

A all are wizards/witches

B all homozygous muggles

C all heterozygous muggles

14

1

Would Harry's possible brothers and sisters be considerd "pure bloods" or "muggle born"?

Remember, whatever Harry was considered it would be the same for his possible siblings

A pure bloods

B muggle born

19

29

28

17

18

25

26

20

21

22

23

24

38

39

40

27

15

16

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

15

1

Since everyone in this cross has wizarding capabilities, the alleles have to be recessive homozygous for the individual to have these capabilities, and it is known that they are all pure bloods, all of the answers 15 through 24 have to be the alleles, mm.

True

False

16

1

Fill in all of the punnett square with the homozygous recessive alleles.

do not put a space between the two letters

A MM

B Mm

C mm

17

1

A M

B m

18

1

A M

B m

19

1

A M

B m

20

1

A M

B m

21

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

22

1

The alleles are the same as #21.

True

False

23

1

The alleles are the same as #21 and 22.

True

False

24

1

The alleles are the same as #21, 22 and 23.

True

False

25

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

26

1

Pnenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

27

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% all wizards/witches

B 100% homozygous muggles

C 100% heterozygous muggles

28

1

Mr. Riddle's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

29

1

Mrs. Riddle's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

30

1

format dictates that dominant alleles are listed first

A M

B m

31

1

A M

B m

32

1

A M

B m

33

1

A M

B m

34

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

35

1

This is the same alleles as Question #34 above.

True

False

36

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

37

1

The alleles for this square are the same as those in Question #36 above.

True

False

38

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 2:2 or reduced to 1:1

39

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 2:2 or reduced to 1:1

40

1

Phenotype(s)

A all are wizards/witches, 100%

B all are muggles, 100%

C 50% are muggles & 50% are wizards/witches

45

56

55

43

44

51

52

46

47

48

49

50

64

65

66

67

53

54

41

42

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

68

41

1

Since everyone in this cross has wizarding capabilities and the alleles have to be recessive homozygous for the individual to have these capabilities, all of the answers 41 through 50 have to be the alleles, mm.

True

False

42

1

Type in the correct homozygous recessive alleles for wizarding for the Punnett Square.

A MM

B Mm

C mm

43

1

A M

B m

44

1

A M

B m

45

1

A M

B m

46

1

A M

B m

47

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

48

1

The alleles are the same as #47.

True

False

49

1

The alleles are the same as #47 and #48.

True

False

50

1

The alleles are the same as #47, 48 and 49.

True

False

51

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 0:4

52

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 0.4

53

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% wizards/witches

B 100% muggles

54

1

Are Ron Weasley's brothers and sisters also considered "pure bloods"?

refer to the Background Information if needed for the definition of purebloods

A Yes

B No

55

1

Mr. Granger's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

56

1

Mrs. Granger's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

57

1

Formatting rules state dominant alleles are placed first in the punnett squares

A M

B m

58

1

parents have to be heterozygous if they have a child that is a witch

A M

B m

59

1

A M

B m

60

1

A M

B m

61

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

62

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

63

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

64

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

65

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 1:2:1

C 3:1

66

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 0:4

B 1:3

C 3:1

67

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% all wizards/witches

B 75% muggles and 25% wizards/witches

C 100% muggles

68

1

If the Granger's (muggles) had more children besides Hermione, what are the possibilities for Hermione's siblings (Brothers and sisters) to have wizarding capabilities or to be muggles? Would Hermione's possible brothers or sisters be considered "pure bloods" or "muggle born" or "muggles"?

A There is a 75% chance that her siblings could be muggles.

B There is a 25% chance that her siblings could have wizarding capabilities. If they did, then they would also be considered muggle born.

C All of her siblings would have to be wizards/witches and they would be called muggle born as well.

84

73

83

71

72

79

74

75

76

77

78

92

93

94

95

80

81

82

69

70

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

69

1

Since everyone in this cross has wizarding capabilities and the alleles have to be recessive homozygous for the individual to have these capabilities, all of the answers 69 through 78 have to be the alleles, mm.

True

False

70

1

Complete the punnett square with the recessive wizarding alleles.

A MM

B Mm

C mm

71

1

A M

B m

72

1

A M

B m

73

1

A M

B m

74

1

A M

B m

75

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

76

1

The alleles are the same as #75.

True

False

77

1

The alleles are the same as #75 and #76.

True

False

78

1

The alleles are the same as #75, 76 and 77.

True

False

79

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

80

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

81

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% muggles

B 100% wizarding capabilities

82

1

Would their children be considered "pure bloods" or "muggle born"?

A pure bloods

B muggle born

83

1

Harry Potter's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

84

1

Lillie's alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

85

1

A M

B m

86

1

A M

B m

87

1

formatting rules state that dominant alleles are written first

A M

B m

88

1

A M

B m

89

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

90

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

91

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

92

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

93

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

94

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

95

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% muggles

B 100% wizards/witches

C 50% muggles and 50% wizards/witches

111

100

110

98

99

106

107

101

102

103

104

105

119

120

121

122

108

109

96

97

112

113

114

115

116

117

118

96

1

Since everyone in this cross has wizarding capabilities and the alleles have to be recessive homozygous for the individual to have these capabilities, all of the answers 96 through 105 have to be the alleles, mm.

True

False

97

1

Complete the punnett square with the appropriate recessive wizarding alleles.

A MM

B Mm

C mm

98

1

The allele is m.

True

False

99

1

The allele is m.

True

False

100

1

The allele is M.

True

False

101

1

The allele is M.

True

False

102

1

The alleles are mm.

True

False

103

1

The alleles are MM.

True

False

104

1

The alleles are Mm.

True

False

105

1

The alleles are mm like all the other probabilities for children (#102, 103 and 104).

True

False

106

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

107

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

108

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% wizards/witches

B 100% muggles

109

1

Would their possible offspring be considered "pure bloods" or "Muggle born"?

Remember Harry's maternal grandparents were muggles

A muggle born

B pure bloods

110

1

Mr. Evans' alleles:

For muggles to have wizarding children they must be heterozygous

A MM

B Mm

C mm

111

1

Mrs. Evans' alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

112

1

Formatting rules dictate that dominant alleles are listed first

A M

B m

113

1

A M

B m

114

1

A M

B m

115

1

A M

B m

116

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

117

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

118

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

119

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

120

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 1:2:1

121

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 0:4

122

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% muggles

B 75% muggles and 25% wizards/witches

C 100% wizarding characteristics

152

123

127

124

125

126

133

134

128

129

130

131

132

146

147

148

149

135

136

138

137

139

140

141

142

143

144

145

150

151

123

1

Vernon Dursley's possible alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

124

1

Petunia Evans Dursley's possible alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

125

1

Formatting rules dictate that the dominant allele is listed first

A M

B m

126

1

A M

B m

127

1

A M

B m

128

1

A M

B m

129

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

130

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

131

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

132

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

133

1

Geotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 1:2:1

C 0:4

134

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 3:1

C 0:4

135

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% muggles

B 75% muggles and 25% wizards/witches

C 50% muggles and 50% wizards/witches

136

1

Based on the probabilities you calculated, what genotype(s) are possible for their son, Dudley?

A MM

B MM or Mm

C mm

137

1

Based on the phenotypic probabilities you calculated, do you think Mrs. Dursley would be happy?

A Yes. She wants to have a child with wizarding capabilities.

B No. She doesn't want anything to do with the wizarding community.

138

1

Vernon Dursley's possible alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

139

1

Petunia Evans Dursley's possible alleles:

A MM

B Mm

C mm

140

1

A M

B m

141

1

A M

B m

142

1

Formatting rules dictate that dominant alleles are written first

A M

B m

143

1

A M

B m

144

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

145

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

146

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

147

1

A MM

B Mm

C mm

148

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 2:2

C 0:4

149

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 1:2:1

C 2:2

D 0:4

150

1

Phenotype(s):

A 100% wizards/witches

B 100% muggles

C 50% muggles and 50% wizards/witches

151

1

Based on the probablilities you calculated, what genotype(s) are possible for their son, Dudley?

A MM

B MM or Mm

C mm

152

1

Based on the phenotypic probabilities you calculated, do you think Mrs. Dursley would be happy?

A Yes. None of her children would have wizarding capabilities.

B No. There is still a 25% chance that she could have a child with wizarding capabilities.

153

1

From the #11 cross you just completed, is there a chance that she, Mrs. Dursley, could someday have a grandchild or greatgrandchild that had wizarding capabilities

A No, because all of her potential children would be homozygous dominant, MM, for muggles, so only M dominant alleles would be passed on in gametes.

B Yes, because 50% of her children could be heterozygous muggles, Mm. This means that the recessive m allele would appear in 50% of gametes and could be fertilized by another heterozygous muggle's recessive allele.

C Yes, because 25% of her children could be heterozygous muggles, Mm. This means that the recessive m allele would appear in 25% of gametes and could be fertilized by a heterozygous muggle's recessive allele.

158

156

157

164

165

159

160

161

162

163

166

167

154

155

168

154

1

Since everyone in this cross is homozygous muggles, all of the answers 154 through 163 have to be the dominant alleles, MM.

True

False

155

1

Enter the correct dominant alleles to complete the punnett squares.

A MM

B Mm

C mm

156

1

Allele M.

True

False

157

1

Allele M.

True

False

158

1

Allele m.

True

False

159

1

Allele m.

True

False

160

1

Alleles MM

True

False

161

1

Alleles Mm

True

False

162

1

Alleles Mm

True

False

163

1

Alleles mm

True

False

164

1

Genotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

165

1

Phenotypic Ratio:

A 4:0

B 0:4

166

1

Phenotype:

A 100% muggles

B 100% wizards/witches

167

1

Based on the probabilities you calculated, what genotypes are possible for their son, Dudley?

A MM

B Mm

C mm

168

1

Based on the phenotypic probabilities you calculated, do you think Mrs. Dursley would be happy?

A No. There is still a chance a recessive allele could show up in future generations due to a single gene mutation.

B Yes. Although there is a slight chance of a single allele mutation that could cause a recessive allele to show up in future generations.

C Yes. Very happy! There aren't any recessive alleles that can be passed on to future generations.

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