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Mendel's Experiment

Q. For the cross in Part B, predict the frequencies of each of the phenotypes in the F1 progeny, and determine the genotype(s) present in each phenoty...

Solved • May 19, 2020

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Q. Which of the following can be concluded from Gregor Mendel's experiments with pea plants?a) parents with dominant phenotypes always have offspring ...

Solved • Apr 20, 2020

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Q. One character in peas that Mendel studied was yellow versus green seeds. A cross between a homozygous yellow line (GG) and a homozygous green line ...

Solved • Apr 20, 2020

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Q. Which of the following does NOT represent genotype?A. Whether we represent the alleles with capital or lowercase letters.B. The property that is di...

Solved • Sep 26, 2018

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Q. Mendel found that yellow pea pod color (G) was dominant to green pea pod color (g). For each of the crosses below, what percentage of offspring are...

Solved • Aug 26, 2018

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Q. Define the following terms: true breeding, hybridization, monohybrid cross, P generation, F1 generation, F2 generation.

Solved • Aug 10, 2018

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Q. Summarize the relationship between a gene and an allele.

Solved • Jul 12, 2018

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Q. If offspring exhibit a 3:1 phenotypic ratio, what are its parent's genotypes?

Solved • Jun 15, 2018

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Q. Two trait crosses using pea plants: You may use the Canvas exercise Dihybridcross RoundWr for guidance. Start with a RrYy round, yellow pea plant a...

Solved • Apr 30, 2018

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Q. Gray seed color in peas is dominant to white. Assume that Mendel conducted a series of experiments where plants with gray seeds were crossed among ...

Solved • Nov 15, 2017

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Q. In the following problem, capital letters will be used to denote a dominant trait, and lower-case letters will be used for the recessive trait.In p...

Solved • Oct 23, 2017

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Q. Why was it important that Mendel made sure that his parental individuals came from pure-breeding lines?a. to ensure individuals with the dominant t...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

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Q. The locus T (2 alleles, T1= tall plants and G2=short plants) in moss controls plant height in the gametophyte (haploid stage) but has no effect on ...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

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Q. If you cross two heterozygous Yy pea plants, what fraction of the offspring will be yellow?  a. 50% b. 75% c. 25% d. 0% e. 100%

Solved • Jul 27, 2017

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Q. If a pea plant is homozygous for yellow seeds (YY), which gametes could it produce?  a. Y b. Y or y c. y d. Yy e. YYyy

Solved • Jul 27, 2017

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Q. If you cross two pea plants, one with green peas and the other with yellow peas. All of the offspring have yellow peas. You conclude:  a. The yell...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. Any monohybrid cross consisting of one dominant and one recessive allele for the trait being studied should result in a ratio of ______________ dom...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. Mendel's monohybrid cross of "Tt" parents resulted in a tall to short ratio of:  a. 1:1 b. 1:2 c. 2:1 d. 3:1 e. 1:3

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. If a scientist wanted to carry out a monohybrid cross for stem length in pea plants, which of the following crosses should be performed?  a. Tt wi...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. A monohybrid cross is a mating between two individuals that are both:  a. Homozygous for one gene b. Heterozygous for two genes c. Homozygous fo...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. In the study of genetics the offspring of the parental generation is referred to as the:  a. Wild type generation b. The F1 generation c. The P ...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. The "P" in P generation:  a. Refers to pure breeding b. Refers to parental c. Refers to potential offspring d. Refers to the recessive allele ...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. Phenotype means:   a. The number of gametes in an individual b. The number of chromosomes in an individual c. The combination of alleles in an i...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. Genotype means:  a. The number of gametes in an individual b. The combination of alleles in an individual c. The number of chromosomes in an ind...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. If an individual is homozygous for a particular trait:  a. Each parent contributed a different allele for that trait b. One parent contributed tw...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. If an individual is heterozygous for a particular trait:  a. Each parent contributed a different allele for that trait b. Each parent contributed...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. If the two alleles for a particular gene are different the gene pair is:  a. Homologous b. Heterozygous c. Homozygous d. Dominant e. Recessive

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. When Mendel crossed tall (Tt) plants with tall plants the offspring:  a. Did not grow and reproduce b. Were always short c. Were always tall d....

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. When Mendel crossed short (tt) pea plants with short pea plants the offspring:  a. Were all tall b. Were a mix of tall and short c. Were nonexis...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. An allele that exerts its effects whenever it is present is:  a. Recessive b. Dominant c. Homologous d. Homozygous e. Heterozygous

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. Mendel called a trait that is masked:  a. Homozygous b. Heterozygous c. Dominant d. Recessive e. None are correct

Solved • Jul 26, 2017

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Q. The pea plant (Pisum sativum) is a good choice for studying heredity because it:  a. Develops slowly b. Produces only a few offspring c. Is easy...

Solved • Jul 26, 2017