week 3 key - If an individual has 10 gene pairs, how many...

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If an individual has 10 gene pairs, how many different gametes can be formed if five of the gene pairs are homozygous and the remaining 5 gene pairs are heterozygous? 32 1
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Which cell above depicts two pairs of homologous chromosomes in anaphase I of meiosis, one carrying the A/a alleles and the other carrying the B/b alleles. A A a a B B b b A a a A b B B b a. b. c. d. A A a a b b B B A a A a B b B b b 2
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For each of the images above, identically colored chromosomes represent sister chromatids and shades of same color represent homologs. Answer the following questions: a) Does this cartoon depict meiosis or mitosis? b) What phase is represented? c) How many pairs of chromosomes are found in this organism. mitosis, anaphase, 2 pairs 3
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chromosomes represent sister chromatids and shades of same color represent homologs. Answer the following questions: a) Does this cartoon depict meiosis or mitosis? b) What phase is represented?
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