Quiz 2_ Heredity
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It refers to the set of genes that comprise the genetic identity of an organism or individual.29
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It refers to the set of genes that comprise the genetic identity of an organism or individual.
How many alleles for one trait are normally found in the genotype of an organism?
How many chromosome do each daughter cell contain at the end of telophase I?
This refers to the study of the processes by which genes are passed on from parents to offspring.
It is known as dance of the chromatids.
Crossing over normally takes place during which of the following process?
mitosis and meiosis
Chromatid contains fibrous spindles of proteins located in the centromere.falsetrueTrue or False15sEditDelete
Locus is a specific location in the chromosome for a particular gene.truefalseTrue or False15sEditDelete
Trait refers to the inheritable genetic characteristics of an organism.truefalseTrue or False15sEditDelete
Mendel chose peas because they had been used for similar studies, are easy to grow and can be sown each year.truefalseTrue or False15sEditDelete
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