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If 2 genes are on same chromosome and rarely assort independently then
a) they are probably located close to each other
b) nondisjunction is taking place
c) they are loacated far from each other
d) they are crossing over

Meiosis produces
a) 4 genetically identical cells
b) 2 genetically identical cells
c) 2 genetically different cells
d) 4 genetically different cells

Human females procue egg cells that have
a) one X and one Y chromosome
b) two X chromosomes
c) one X chromosome
d) one Y chromosome

Some alleles are dominant and some are recessive is the principle of
a) dominance
b) independent assortment
c) segragation
d) codominance

A punnent square shows
a) the phenotypes of the offspring
b) what the offspring will be
c) all possible results of a genetic cross

The possibility that human offspring will be female
a) 25
b) 50
c) 75
d) 100

In a pedigree chart a female is represented by a
a) circle
b) square
c) line
d) dash

n a pedigree chart a male is represented by a
a) circle
b) square
c) line
d) dash

n a pedigree chart a male carrying a trait is represented by a
a) circle
b) shaded circle
c) square
d) shaded square

In a pedigree chart marriage is shown by a
a) horizantel line
b) vertical line
c) dash
d) shading

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