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2/18 Punnett Squares, Mitosis, and Meiosis Review

Quiz by Rachel Wildhaber _ Staff - NeuseRiverMS

Grade 7
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Measures 2 skills from
Grade 7
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

7.L.2.2
7.L.2.1

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21 questions
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  • Q1
    A genotype with two different size letters. Ex. Bb
    Heterozygous
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q2
    A genotype with two of the same size letters. Ex. gg, GG
    Homozygous
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q3
    A version of a gene represented by a letter. There are two of these in each genotype.
    Allele
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q4
    The two letters that represent the genes of one parent. We need two of these to make a Punnett square.
    Genotype
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q5
    The trait or words explaining what a genotype means. Ex. Short pea plant
    Phenotype
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q6
    The likelihood that a particular trait will be passed on from parent to offspring.
    Probability
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q7
    Monk who discovered the basics of how traits get passed on using Pea Plants.
    Gregor Mendel
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q8
    The exchange of genetic material during reproduction.
    Cross
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q9
    A molecule that contains the genetic instructions to make each organism.
    DNA
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q10
    A part of DNA that carries information that determines your traits.
    Gene
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q11
    The passing of traits from parents to offspring.
    Heredity
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q12
    A structure located inside the nucleus of the cell that contain the DNA.
    Chromosome
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q13
    The stronger version of a gene that will appear if it is present.
    Dominant
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q14
    The weaker version of a gene that will go into hiding if the dominant gene is present.
    Recessive
    30s
    7.L.2.2
  • Q15
    Product of reproduction, a new organism produced by one or more parents
    Offspring
    30s
    7.L.2.2

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