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Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:28 am

Hi All

Are there any genetic calculators available in South Africa that have the latest mutations in it ?

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by sheyd » Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:35 pm

just use this one- just replace (mentally) Dark with Deep, or Turquoise with Emerald

http://www.gencalc.com/gen/eng_genc.php?sp=0PsitIR

Deep (AU Cobalt) works in the same way Dark works- it's is a incomplete dominant mutation. Emerald(parblue)works the same way as Turquoise does...it is a co-dominant mutation

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:09 pm

Thanks sheyd

I will try it

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by minivip2001 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:50 am

hello as I write on the calculator genetic pair violet x cobalt .......... Thank you. sorry for my english
:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by madas » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:22 am

Mad Max wrote:Hi All

Are there any genetic calculators available in South Africa that have the latest mutations in it ?
Or you can try my calc:

viewtopic.php?f=26&t=16548

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:38 pm

Thanks Madas
I installed your calculator , with the help of Peter and it works great.

It will keep me awake at night , trying different combinations

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:02 am

Madas
I think there is a bug on your programme at the Turquoise section

I entered the following.

1,0 turquoise x 0,1 blue

1,0 100% turquoiseBlue
0,1 100% turquoiseBlue


1,0 turquoise /clearhead fallow x 0,1 Grey green /clearhead fallow

1,0 25% green /clearhead fallow /turquoise
1,0 12.5% green /turquoise
1,0 12.5% clearhead fallow green /turquoise
1,0 12.5% clearhead fallow Grey green /turquoise
1,0 25% Grey green /clearhead fallow /turquoise
1,0 12.5% Grey green /turquoise
0,1 25% green /clearhead fallow /turquoise
0,1 12.5% green /turquoise
0,1 12.5% clearhead fallow green /turquoise
0,1 12.5% clearhead fallow Grey green /turquoise
0,1 25% Grey green /clearhead fallow /turquoise
0,1 12.5% Grey green /turquoise

I would expect correct me if I am wrong.

1,0 turquoise x 0,1 blue

1,0 50% turquoiseBlue
1,0 50% blue/Turquoise
0,1 50% turquoiseBlue
0,1 50% blue/Turquoise

Thanks
Robert

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by madas » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:00 am

Mad Max wrote: I would expect correct me if I am wrong.

1,0 turquoise x 0,1 blue

1,0 50% turquoiseBlue
1,0 50% blue/Turquoise
0,1 50% turquoiseBlue
0,1 50% blue/Turquoise

Thanks
Robert
Wrong. You have selected a homozygous turqouise for the male. So the whole offspring is indead turquoiseBlue then paired to a blue female.
For a turquoiseblue male please select blue as Color first and then truq as split.

greetings.

madas

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:13 am

Thanks again Madas

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by Mad Max » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:22 am

Madas
How do I enter a Gray Cobalt male ?

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Re: Genetic calculators

Post by madas » Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:14 am

Mad Max wrote:Madas
How do I enter a Gray Cobalt male ?
Is it so hard to guess? :D

Hm, let me think about it. Perhaps one click on Grey for ef, one click on D for ef dark and double click on blue for blue Color.

madas

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