quiz1 - Quiz 1 Biol241 2010 1 Imagine a simple diploid...

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Biol241 - 2010 1) Imagine a simple diploid organism with eight chromosome in the diploid set (2n=8). What is the total number of chromosomes in a cell from this organism at prophase of mitosis? a) 2 b) 4 c) 8 d) 16 2) Using the same diploid organism from question 1. What is the total number of double-stranded DNA molecules in a cell at prophase I of meiosis? a) 2 b) 4 c) 8 d) 16 3) Chiasmata are the visible manifestation of what genetic process? a) The pairing of homologous chromosomes b) Independent assortment of homologous chromosomes c) Crossovers d) Genes are located on chromosomes 4 ) At which stage of meiosis do chiasmata first appear? a) Prophase I b) Metaphase I c) Anaphase I d) Prophase II 5) Which of the following is Mendel’s first law? a) Alleles exist in pairs in diploid organisms b) Equal segregation of alleles in gamete formation c) Dominant vs recessive d) Independent assortment of homologous chromosomes 6) Which of the following helped indicating that Mendel was experimenting with autosomal traits? a) Monohybrid cross
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quiz1 - Quiz 1 Biol241 2010 1 Imagine a simple diploid...

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