This mindmap has clear instrcutions on how to draw a genetic diagram. Genetic diagrams are used to explain inheritance patterns. The most common method for displaying the potential genotypes of offspring from two parents is through genetic diagrams. You can have a clear understanding of how to draw a genetic diagram through this mind map. On EdrawMind, you can also create your own diagrams within a few minutes.
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How to Draw a genetic diagram
Step 1: Label your diagrams
Example: Let T be the dominant allele for Tall and t be the recessive allele for short
Step 2: Write down the parental phenotypes
Step 3: Write down the parental genotypes
write this the same way as the parental phenotypes
Step 3: Draw the gametes and circle them
Step 4: Draw a line from the first gamete of each parent
and connect them at the bottom. Repeat this and connect the first gamete with the 4th gamete, 2nd gamete with the 3rd gamete, and 2nd gamete with the 4th gamete
Step 5: Label the connected points with the correct genotype and label it as "offspring genotype"
Step 6: below the offspring genotype, label
the points with their phenotype and label
this is "offspring phenotype"
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