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Failure of choromosomes to separate duing meiosis is called
a) crossing over b) X Chromosome inactivation c) Down Syndrome d) nondisjunction
Meiosis produces
a) 4 diploid cells b) 4 haploid cells c) 2 sex cells d) 2 diploid cells
Tetrads are formed during
a) anaphase b) prophase c) metaphase d) interphase
Meiosis produces
a) chromosomes b) gamates c) DNA d) exact copies
How many chromosomes are shown in a normal human karotype.
a) 46 b) 23 c) 33 d) 13
Human body cells are
a) diploid b) haploid c) d)
Sex cells are
a) haploid b) diploid c) d)
If a bird has two identical alleles for beak shape they are said to be
a) homozygous b) recessive c) hetrozygous d) dominant
If a bird has two different alleles for beak shape they are said to be
a) homozygous b) recessive c) hetrozygous d) dominant
If a person has a recessive trait but does not express it the alleles must be
a) sex linked b) homozygous c) hetrozygous d)
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