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1) What were the major contributions of Darwin, Hutton, Lyell and Mendel? 2) What is the trinity of molecular genetics? 3) What are the differences between the terms phenotype and genotype. Define the term karyotype? What does the karyotype of human chromosomes look like? 4) List the phases of the cell cycle and explain what happens during each phase. 5) What is the difference between a somatic cell and a gametic cell? Where would you find each type of cell in a plant? In a human? 6) What is the genetic material composed of for prokaryotes, eukaryotes and viruses? How does the cell structure vary among these organisms?
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Unformatted text preview: 7) Define AND draw mitosis in an organism that is diploid with a total of six chromosomes (2n = 6). Be able to draw all of the chromosomes as they appear during prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. 8) Define AND draw meiosis I and II in an organism that is diploid with a total of six chromosomes (2n = 6). Be able to draw all of the chromosomes as they appear during prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase I and II. 9) What are the three events during meiosis that contribute to new genetic variation in the progeny of eukaryotic organisms? 10) What is a centromere? Draw a metacentric, acrocentric and telocentric chromosome....
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