Discussion Quiz 3 - Name: EID: Discussion Section: BIO 325:...

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Name: EID: Discussion Section: BIO 325: GENETICS Quiz3 (Wednesday Feb 6 2008) 1. Some cases that appear to exhibit complete dominance may really be cases of incomplete dominance. What is the evidence for this statement? 2 POINTS a. Hybrids exhibit both phenotypes b. Hybrids show an intermediate phenotype c. Quantitative analysis of the level of gene product indicates that hybrids produce an intermediate amount. d. The homozygous recessives show the recessive phenotype 2. Why can multiple allelism be studied only in populations? 2 POINTS a. Multiple allelism always involves at least two recessive alleles, and a large number of individuals must be analyzed to determine the mode of inheritance. b. Any individual diploid organism can have, at most, two homologous loci that carry different alleles. c. Families contain a limited number of alleles, but populations can contain all of the possibilities. d.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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