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Unformatted text preview: r»: 29. Which of the following is true aborlt inbreeding? , a it leads to the gradual loss of the homozygous genotype 537.: it leads to the gradual loss of the heterozygous genotype ‘s; Species that inbreed. regularly do not suffer inbreeding depression. , d. it leads to inbreeding depression in martini ls, resulting from the loss of the homozygous genotype. ' ‘ ' ’ '- ' _ "ex A and D are true 30. Suppose eye color is controlled by two alleles at the B locus, “and brown eyes (B allele) is dominant to blue eyes (b allele). if two heterozygous parents marry and havekids, what proportion would you expect to have blue eyes? “ ‘ fat none 7‘ ‘ ‘ . . .2 at; b [fill/4 l . ‘ d. 314 ' if; genres; a. all 3;}. What is the site of protein synthesis in the cell? 'aflRibosome . Mitochondrion c. Nucleus d. Chloroplast e. Plastid @As Newton famously said, "If I have seen further, its by "standing on the shoulders of’g-iants." logs were no different for Darwin. His ideas were shaped by scholars who came before him, Which of the following scholars did NOT contribute, to._.Darwinfs theory 'or natural selectiOn? a. Erasmus Darwin: Believed that species could change overtime. ‘ ' ' ' , hThomas Malthus: Populations grow exponentially, leading to an inevitable struggle for existence. MEEGregor Mendel: Through experiments With. peas, he "demonstrated: that inheritance is particulate litfif rather than blended in nature. _. _ ‘ ' _ i __ ‘ '_ ' ' ‘ ' ~ ' flame; (:1. Charles Lyell: Proposed the idea of unifonnitarianism which states that large~scalegeological - changes could arise from small-scale processes that still occurtoday. ,rx. @Jhe bacterial flagellum is NOT which of the following: a. a tiny motor @rreducibly complex " c. similar to toxin injectors d. used for locomotion 34. Quring cellularrespiration in your body Cellsyflthey take in‘Qldéose and release the energyin the molecule and use it for cellular processes- This is an example of'whlch characteristic of life? Revolution ' ' ” " ' 1‘ (by-metabolism c. mutation d. self-reproduction ...
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