QUIZ 9 - QUIZ 9 (Hartl & Jones Ch. 5) The quiz is due 2...

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QUIZ 9 (Hartl & Jones Ch. 5) The quiz is due 2 pm on Monday, Nov. 26. Print this sheet; go through the book carefully to answer questions. Then go to WebCT to answer the questions. 1. How many Barr bodies (pp169) are present in the nucleus of a cell from someone with Klinefelter syndrome (p.179)? a) none b) one c) two d) three 2. If a human fetus (p 164 for normal chromosome number), which aborted spontaneously, was found to be triploid (p 190), how many chromosomes would it have? a) 23 b) 46 c) 69 d) 92 3. An acentric and a dicentric chromosomes (p 185) are the result of a single crossover in the loop of a normal chromosome synapsed with a a) paracentric inversion chromosome. b) pericentric inversion chromosome. c) reciprocal translocation chromosome. d) Robertsonian translocation chromosome. 4. Of the three types of segregation that reciprocal translocation heterozygotes can undergo at meiosis (p Fig. 5.26), which results in euploid gametes? a) Alternate
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QUIZ 9 - QUIZ 9 (Hartl & Jones Ch. 5) The quiz is due 2...

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