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Question 13   2 / 2 points A man carries a sex - linked gene for Goltz Syndrome on his X chromosome . Who will he pass this on to ?
 All of his daughters
 <p><strong>A. all of his daughters</strong></p>
Answer:     <p><strong>A. all of his daughters</strong></p>
Question 15   2 / 2 points If human cells were genetically modified ( GM ) , which of the following GM cells would directly affect future generations ?
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n 112 /Consider a cell that underwent mitosis but not cytokinesis. What would the result be?One cell with one nucleus containing twice the normal number of chromosomesOne cell with two nuclei, each containing a normal number of chromosomesTwo daughter cells that are unusually smallTwo daughter cells with no nucleusTwo daughter cells with twice the number of chromosomes
Question 122 / 2pointsIn humans, the allele for brown eyes (B) is dominant. The allele for blue eyes (b) is recessive.If a woman with genotype BB and a man with genotype Bb have four children, how many of the children will have blue eyes?
Question 132 / 2pointsA man carries a sex-linked gene for Goltz Syndrome on his X chromosome.

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