Classical Genetics Unit Quiz - Classical Genetics Unit Quiz Attempt 1 of 2 Started 1:23 PM EDT Submitted 1:34 PM EDT Score 83 Points 150 out of 180

Classical Genetics Unit Quiz - Classical Genetics Unit Quiz...

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Classical Genetics Unit QuizAttempt 1 of 2Started:06/17/2016 1:23 PM EDTSubmitted:06/17/2016 1:34 PM EDTScore:83%Points:150 out of 180Question 1Points: 10 out of 10This individual studied peas and is often considered the father of genetics.AJames WatsonBCharles DarwinCCarl SaganDGregor MendelFeedbackCorrect. Gregor Mendel is often considered the father of genetics.Question 2Points: 10 out of 10How many copies of each gene does a diploid organism have?
Question 3Points: 10 out of 10Nondisjunction in meiosis I results inQuestion 4Points: 10 out of 10Use the following information to answer the following four questions.In dogs, colored fur (E) is dominant to un-colored fur(e). Black fur color (B) is dominant to brown fur color (b). The E gene is epistatic to the B gene. A yellow male dog is mated to a black female. The male’s parents were both brown dogs. The female’s mother was yellow, and her father was brown.Q1 of 4: What is the genotype of the male dog in thisexample?
Question 5Points: 10 out of 10Q2 of 4: What is the genotype of the female dog in this example?AEeBbBEEBBCEeBBDEEBbFeedbackCorrect. The female is black so she must have at least one E and at least on B allele. The female’s mother was yellow, so she must have gotten an e allele. Her father was brown so she must have gotten a b allele.Question 6Points: 10 out of 10Q3 of 4: What percentage of their puppies will be yellow?
Question 7Points: 10 out of 10Q4 of 4: What percentage of the puppies will be homozygous for the B gene?

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