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The -- describes how parents pass on separate and distinct genes to their offspring (but might skip generations)
a) Particulate hypothesis b) Blending hypothesis c) Principle of Segregation d) Principle of Independant Assortment
-- describes how alleles separate when gametes FORM but later rejoin with the other parent's alleles during FERTILIZATION
a) Principle of Segregation b) Principle of Independant Assortment c) Blending hypothesis d) Particulate hypothesis
-- describes how Character A's allele can pair up with any of Character B's alleles
a) Principle of Independant Assortment b) Principle of Segregation c) Blending hypothesis d) Particulate hypothesis
Alternative forms of genes (embodiment of traits) is called --
a) Alleles b) Phenotype c) Testcross d) Punnett square
-- describes what happens when the resulting gene is in between the 2 parents' alleles
a) Intermediate inheritance b) Codominance c) Multiple alleles d) Polygenic inheritance
Chromosomes theory of inheritance describes how --
a) Chromosomal behavior can affect the genes on them b) Chromosomes crossing over can separate the genes on them c) Genetic linkage happens (the tendency of alleles on the same chromosome to be inherited together) d) All of the above
Males are more likely to inherit -- because they require only one from their mothers while females require 2
a) Sex-linked genes b) Dominant genes c) Recessive genes d) Codominant genes
-- is what happens when the offspring expresses both parents' traits
a) Intermediate inheritance b) Codominance c) Polygenic inheritance d) Multiple genes
A monohybrid cross between 2 true-bred parents would result in an the genotype ratio --
a) 1:2:1 b) 9:3:3:1 c) 3:1 d) None of the above
The gene that appears more often than the other is the -- gene
a) Dominant b) Recessive c) Homozygous d) Heterozygous
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