Reading Quiz 6 - replicated or unreplicated Unreplicated...

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Reading Quiz 6-Dihybrid crosses; Mitosis-Meiosis If "dependent assortment" occurs, how do alleles of different genes behave? *They "stick together" (they are transmitted together--as if they were a single   gene). What does a ratio report? * The "times equivalent" relationship between or among numbers--how many times    one quanitity is more or less than another. If a parent's genotype is PpTtLl, what are the gamete genotypes it produces under the hypothesis  of independent assortment? * PTL, PTl, pTL, pTl, ptL, ptl, PtL, Ptl What’s the difference between a chromosome and a chromatid? * After replication, a chromosome consists of two chromatids. When you look at a drawing or photograph of chromosomes, how can you tell if they are 
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Unformatted text preview: replicated or unreplicated? * Unreplicated chromosomes consist of a single "thread"; replicated chromosomes have two "threads." What’s the difference between a haploid cell and a diploid cell? * Haploids have one of each type of chromosome; diploids have two of each type. Which of the following is the correct definition of haploid number? * The number of different types of chromosomes present. Which of the following is the correct definition of ploidy? * The number of each type of chromosome present. What does it mean to say that "homologs synapse?" * Pairs of homologous chromosomes physically come together. What is cytokinesis? * Cell division (usually follows mitosis and meiosis)...
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