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Quiz 5- 2008 - BSCI 106 Quiz 5 - 2008 Fall 2008 1. A given...

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BSCI 106 Fall 2008 Quiz 5 - 2008 1. A given gene has 2 alleles: B (brown hair) is dominant to b (purple hair). If a heterozygous brown haired male mates with a female with purple hair, what is the expected frequency of progeny with purple hair? A. 0.25 B. 0.75 xC. 0.5 D. 0.125 2. Considering just a single heterozygous gene, each round of meiosis produces how many DIFFERENT kinds of gametes? A. 8 B. 4 xC. 2 D. 6 3. Considering just a single heterozygous gene, each round of meiosis produces how many gametes in all? A. 8 xB. 4 C. 2 D. 6 ******This question was marked incorrectly in the original answer key and will be regraded appropriately.******** 4. If you are following the fates of 4 heterozygous genes, each on a separate chromosome, how many DIFFERENT kinds of gametes can be produced by a given female during her lifetime? A. 8
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BSCI 106 Fall 2008 B. 4 C. 2 xD. 16 5. If you are interested in two traits, each influenced by a single dominant gene, and you notice that a cross of two individuals heterozygous for both traits produces a phenotype
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