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OBIO 109 Plants in the World – Instructor Hollister Lectures 12 Genetics Study Questions 1. What was the blending hypothesis of inheritance? 2. What were the discrete factors Mendel described? 3. Would Mendel have likely come to the same conclusions if he was studying flower color in snap dragons? . 4. Why was it important that Mendel continued to watch the "grandchildren" or F2 generation? Because the dominate trait became less dominate with the f2 generation. 5. Why is it important that the original parents be homozygous for a trait? 6. How can the phenotype of two organisms be different if the genotypes are the same? 7. How can the genotype of two organisms be different if the phenotypes are the same? a. The genotype could be heterozygous, meaning that they could be BB or Bb, but both have brown eyes. 8. If an organism only has one chromosome are there only two possible genotypes for its gametes? 9.
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