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The chance that something will happen is
a) probability
b) a percentage
c) a straight line
d) a chromatid

Chromosomes get ready for a cell to split by
a) probability
b) fraction
c) lining up at the center of a cell
d) chromatid

Probability is usually written as
a) probability
b) a fraction or percent
c) a line
d) a chromatid

One trait can sometimes be decided by two or more
a) genes
b) X chromosomes
c) pedigrees
d) sex linked disorders

Males have one X and one Y chromosome and females have two
a) genes
b) X chromosomes
c) pedigrees
d) sex linked disorders

To trace a trait through generations of a family, you can use
a) genes
b) X chromosomes
c) a pedigree
d) color blindness

Since men have only one X chromosome, they are more likely to have
a) genes
b) a pedigree
c) color blindness
d) X chromosomes

A table that shows possible offspring genotypes is a
a) pedigree
b) Punnett suare
c) dining room
d) genotype table

If red (R) is dominant and white (r) is recessive, the majority of offspring will be
a) red
b) white
c) pink
d) red and white

If one of every four offspring is white, the probability of an offspring being white is
a) 75%
b) 3/4
c) 50%
d) 25%

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