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True or False: Alleles can either be dominant or recessive.
a) True
c) False

A homozygous dominant parent crossed with a heterozygous dominant parent will result in a mix of 50% of offspring displaying the dominant trait & 50% displaying the recessive trait
a) True
b) False

Which one of these is an example of a homogeneous dominant parent?
a) Tt
b) tt
c) TT

True or False: Tongue rolling is a dominant trait.
a) True
b) False

This process of cell division produces four sex cells or gametes.
a) meiosis
b) mitosis
c) cancerous
d) haploid

Haploid cells contain _______ the number of chromosomes.
a) half
b) double
c) less than
d) sets of

_____________ describes the genetic makeup of the individual.
a) genotype
b) phenotype
c) chromosomal
d) Punnett squares

True or False: Recessive alleles are seen when a trait is homogeneous recessive.
a) True
b) False

__________________ describes the physical traits that can be observed in an individual.
a) phenotype
b) genotype
c) chromosomal
d) chemical

In meiosis, the nucleus divides ____.
a) once
b) twice
c) three times
d) four

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