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Passing of traits from parents to offspring
a) heredity b) genetics c) Mendel d) homozygous
The study of heredity
a) Mendel b) genetics c) hybrid d) monohybrid cross
When alleles of a gene separate from each other during meiosis.
a) Law of Independent Assortment b) Law of Dominance c) Law of segregation d) Chromosome theory
When tall plants and short plants are crossed and all offspring are tall it is
a) Law of Independent Assortment b) law of Dominance c) law of Segregation d) Chromosome theory
When a couple have kids are some have brown curly hair and some have straight brown hair it is
a) Law of Independent Assortment b) Law of Dominance c) Law of Segregation d) Chromosome Theory
Which generation in Mendel's experiment was pure breeding homozygous plants
a) p generation b) F1 generation c) F2 generation d) none
When the alleles are the same in an organism it is called
a) pure bred b) hybrid c) hemizygous d) heterozygous
Which generation in Mendel's experiment has PP cross pollinate with pp and all offsrping are Pp and purple.
a) P generation b) F1 generation c) F2 generation d) none
When the alleles in an organism are different the organism is called
a) purebred b) hybrid c) homozygous d) hemizygous
The type of dominance when the phenotype in a heterozygous individual results in a new color that is a BLEND
a) complete dominance b) codominance c) incomplete dominance d) recessive
The father of genetics is
a) Franklin b) Hooke c) Watson and Crick d) Mendel
Which generation in Mende's experiment has heterozygous plants that self pollinate resulting in 75% of purple offsrping and 25% white flower offspirng.
a) P generation b) F1 generation c) F2 generation d) none
What type of dominance has both alleles showing in a heterozygous individual
a) complete dominance b) codominance c) incomplete dominance d) recessive
Which gender is represented by XX?
a) male b) female c) this does not represent gender d) This is an autosome
What type of dominance is represented when the heterozygous organisms has the phenotype of the dominant allele?
a) complete dominance b) codominance c) incomplete dominance d) none
The process that occurs in meiosis that allows for genetic variations on chromosomes
a) law of dominance b) law of segregation c) crossing over d) law of independent assortment
The type of heredity when recessive traits are passed from mother to son. These traits are more likely to occur in men.
a) sex- linked b) multiple alleles c) incomplete dominance d) codominance
A segment of DNA that is in a specific location on a chromosome is called
a) allele b) gene c) nitrogen bases d) double helix
The parent that determines the gender of the offspring is
a) female b) male c) both equally determine the gender d) no parent determines the gender
What type of heredity has 3 or more allele of a gene. An example is blood type.
a) sex-linked b) incomplete dominance c) codominance d) multiple alleles
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