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Classical Genetics Unit QuizAttempt 1 of 2Started: 02/10/2016 6:09 PM ESTSubmitted: 02/10/2016 6:33 PM ESTScore: 80%Points: 120 out of 150 Question 1Points: 10 out of 10A haploid organism has how many copies of each chromosome?1234FeedbackCorrect. A haploid organism has one of each chromosome.Question 2Points: 10 out of 10Which of these discusses genotypes rather than phenotypes.
Question 3Points: 0 out of 10Somatic mosquito cells have 6 chromosomes. How many chromosomes do gametes have?
Question 4Points: 10 out of 10In humans, the condition for normal blood clotting (H) is dominant to hemophilia (h). A male who has normal blood clotting mates with a woman who is a carrier. If they have a son, what is the probability that he will have this condition?
Question 5Points: 10 out of 10Alleles are different versions of aGeneGenotypePhenotypeChromosomeFeedbackCorrect. Different versions of genes are called alleles.Question 6Points: 10 out of 10Huntington’s disease is an autosomal dominant disorder. A person with the disorder and a person without the disorder mate. Both of these individuals are homozygous. What is the chance that the offspring will develop Huntington’s?
Question 7Points: 0 out of 10This trait is _______________.