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These may be dominant or recessive
a) alleles b) Punnett squares c) phenotypes d) sex cells
The ___, the expression of a trait, is determined by the ___, the combinations of alleles.
a) phenotype/genotype b) genotype/phenotype c) phenotype/heredity d) heredity/genotype
Different versions of the same genes are called ___.
a) heredity b) phenotype c) sex cell d) alleles
A ___ plant can pollinate its own eggs.
a) true-breeding b) both c) self-pollinating d) neither
A ___ plant will always produce offspring with the same trait as the parent.
a) true-breeding b) self-pollinating c) both d) neither
The physical expression of an organism's genes is its ___.
a) genotype b) heredity c) alleles d) phenotype
Each parent donates a set of instructions, known as ___, to its offspring.
a) alleles b) genes c) genotype d) phenotype
When Mendel performed genetic crosses, the traits that seemed to vanish were ___.
a) dominants traits b) recessive traits c) both d) neither
A ___ plant must contain both male and female reproductive structures.
a) true-breeding b) self-pollinating c) both d) neither
The mathematical chance that an event will occur is called ___.
a) ratio b) gene c) alleles d) probability
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