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Sex Determination Video Quastins

Quiz by Robin Rathman

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  • Q1
    The sex determination systems for most mammals and birds are similar in that, for both groups sex is determined by
    Location
    Genetics
    Temperature
    The environment
    30s
  • Q2
    In ants and other highly social insects, sex is determined by:
    The existing ratio of males to females
    The weather
    Whether or not an egg is fertilized
    The ZW chromosome system
    30s
  • Q3
    For painted turtles, warm temperatures in the nest during the critical time of development will produce:
    A 50/50 mix of male and female turtles
    All male turtles
    A random sex assortment
    All female turtles
    30s
  • Q4
    In the movie Finding Nemo, Nemo and his dad, Marlin, are clownfish. If the writers of Finding Nemo had made the movie more scientifically accurate, what would have most likely happened when Nemo’s mom was eaten by a barracuda?
    Nemo's dad would have abandoned the nest
    Nemo's dad would have moved to the bottom of the dominance hierarchy
    Nemo's dad would have become a female
    The eggs would have all hatched as females
    30s
  • Q5
    In birds and reptiles, what generally determines the sex of the offspring ?
    The temperature
    The male parent
    The female parent
    The age of the parent
    30s

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