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Quiz by Geoffrey Kahler

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    1) Who is known today as the Father of Genetics?
    Gregor Mendel
    Robert Hooke
    Bill Nye
    Amoeba Sisters
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  • Q2
    2) Why did Mendel use CROSS-POLLINATION in his experiments?
    to control which plants pollinated other plants
    to speed up self-pollination
    to make sure dominant factors were always produced
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  • Q3
    3) What did Mendel CONCLUDE about inherited traits?
    One factor controls each inherited trait.
    Multiple factors control each inherited trait.
    Two factors control each inherited trait.
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  • Q4
    4) Fertilization that occurs when pollen from one plant lands on the pistil of a flower on the SAME plant is called
    dominant
    recessive
    cross-pollination
    self-pollination
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  • Q5
    5) Fertilization that occurs when pollen from one plant reaches the pistil of a flower on a DIFFERENT plant is called
    recessive
    dominant
    cross-pollination
    self-pollination
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  • Q6
    6) Plants that produce the SAME TRAITS AS PARENTS when they are self-pollinated are called
    genes
    hybrids
    chromosome
    true-breeding (purebred)
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  • Q7
    7) A genetic factor that IS BLOCKED by the presence of a dominant factor is called as
    recessive
    genetics
    heredity
    dominant
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  • Q8
    8) A genetic factor that BLOCKS another genetic factor is called
    dominant
    heredity
    recessive
    genetics
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  • Q9
    9) The PASSING OF TRAITS from parents to offspring is called
    true-breeding (purebred)
    Punnett square
    heredity
    hybrid
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  • Q10
    10) Offspring from parents with DIFFERENT FORMS of the same trait are called
    true-breeding (purebred)
    hybrids
    chromosome
    genes
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