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Unformatted text preview: In Class Activity Biol 1107 F10 Aa b ccDdEe x AaBbCcddee 1) For the two parents shown above, what is the probability of having a child that displays the recessive phenotype for all ve traits? A) 1/128 B) 9/64 C) 9/16 D) 3/64 E) 0 2) Autosomes for a diploid cell are shown above. Which chromosomal arrangement (s) would be appropriate for Mitosis? (select all that apply) A) B) C) D) E) 3) A couple have a child with Down Syndrome. Doctors perform a test that identies each of the homologous copies of chromosome 21 in the parents and the child (A- D). If the child had chromosomes A, B and D, when and where did nondisjunction most likely occur? Parent #1 Parent #2 A) Meiosis II in Parent #2 B) either Meiosis I or II in Parent #2 C) Meiosis II in Parent #1 D) Meiosis I in Parent #2 E) Meiosis I in Parent #1 4) An adopted child has blood type O. She discovers that her biological mother has blood type B. This means that her biological father CANNOT have blood type; A) O B) A C) B D) AB E) b.,E) b....
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