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appearing in the second generation
a) heredity b) recessive trait c) dominant trait d) cross-pollination
fertilization of one plant to another
a) cross-pollination b) dominant trait c) recessive trait d) heredity
appearing in the first generation
a) recessive traint b) cross-pollination c) heredity d) dominant trait
passing of traits from parents to offspring
a) cross-pollination b) dominant trait c) heredity d) recessive trait
Why were ratios important in Mendel's work
a) they showed the relationship between two different things b) they showed that heredity does not follow a set pattern c) they showed that some traits are never passed on d) they showed that some recessive traits are really dominant
What step did Mendel take to be sure that his pea plants cross-pollinated?
a) he added anthers to both plants. b) he removed the anthers of one plant. c) he used two white plants. d) he used plants that were not true breeding.
What happens when a true-breeding plant self-pollinates?
a) some of its offspring have the same traits as the parent. b) one of its offspring has the same traits as the parent. c) none of its offspring have the same traits as the parent. d) all of its offspring have the same traits as the parent.
Snoopy was the father of genetics.
a) true b) false c) d)
Homozgous means that the allele is the same.
a) true b) false c) d)
Heterozgous means that the allele is the same
a) true b) false c) d)
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