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Mendel conducted his experiments on
a) pea plants
b) potatoes
c) curly fries
d) curly hair

Mendel's results for his first experiment
a) four tall hybrids
b) four tall purebreds
c) two tall and two short hybrids
d) six tall hybrids

A table used to predict outcomes of crossing traits
a) Punnett square
b) Pedigree Chart
c) graphic organizer
d) notecard

Mendel used pea plants because
a) all choices
b) they had distinct traits
c) they grew and matured quickly
d) none of the choices

To show a recessive trait a person must receive two
a) recessive factors
b) dominant factors
c) one dominant and one recessive factor
d) hybrids

The transfer of pollen from one plant to another plant
a) cross-pollination
b) self-pollination
c) fertilization
d) respiration

In a coin toss, with one coin, the probability of it landing heads up is
a) 50%
b) 75%
c) 25%
d) 100%

An offspring with two of the same factors
a) homozygous
b) heterozygous
c) hybrid
d) alien

An offspring with two different factors
a) heterozygous
b) homozygous
c) alien
d) purebred

Father of genetics
a) Gregor Mendel
b) George Gershin
c) Luther Burbank
d) George Washington Carver

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