Biology H101 Test 3 - Biology H101 Test 3#1 In the punnett...

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Biology H101 Test 3 #1. In the punnett square shown below, the lettered circles on the top and the left of the square (indicated by the arrows) represent the C gametes that may be produced by each parent inloved in cross ( ) #2. Which of the following statements is true? *C Mendel’s laws correctly explain how genes are inherited #3. An individual with the genotype Aa mates with an individual with the genotype AA. Which of the following is true? B. Half of the offspring will be Aa #4. Cystic fibrosis is caused by a recessive gene. If C= normal and c= cystic fibrosis, how can a child with cystic fibrosis have two parents who do not have cystic fibrosis? C. The parents have genotypes of Cc and Cc #5. If the D allele is completely dominant over the d allele, what is percentage of the offspring will have the dominant phenotype when two heterozygous individuals mate? 75 #6. Inheritance of ABO blood type in humans is an example of A. Codominance (fig 9.3 p193, P204, ) #7. Most human genetic characters are C. Controlled by more than one gene (punnett squares) #8. Mendel’s manuscript discussing his pea-breeding results is considered one of the two most important scientific papers of the nineteenth century because he was the first to explain how *B. traits are passed from one generation to the next #9. The chromosome theory of inheritance states that B. Genes are located on chromosomes #10. Chromosomes are composed of DNA and D. Proteins #11. Chromosomes that are not involved in determining gender are known as
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