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What is a table for finding possible genotypes called?
a) Punnett square b) Heredity maps c) Dominance chart d) Pedigree
Where is the ratio of recessive to dominant traits?
a) 3:1 b) 4:1 c) 1:1 d) Unknown with a diagram
Where does the dominant trait alway occur
a) in the first generation b) in the second generation c) in homozygous offspring only d) Unable to tell without a heredity map
When each allele has its own degree of dominance it is called
a) incomplete dominance b) dominant traits c) true-breeding d) dominant allele sharing
When an offspring has the same traits as its parents it is because it is a(n)
a) true breeding plant b) self-pollinating plant c) special plant d) duplicate plant
These are made during meiosis
a) sex cells b) body cells c) incomplete dominance cells d) asexual cells
Whan a plant fertilizes itself it is because of
a) self-pollination b) true-breeding skills c) sexual reproduction d) cross-pollination
This appears in the second generation
a) a recessive trait b) a dormant trait c) a heredity trait d) a vacation trait
The fertilization of one plant to another is called
a) cross-pollination b) self-pollination c) asexual reproduction d) true-breeding
This traces a trait through generation of a family
a) pedigree b) phenotype c) genotype d) probability
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