Ch. 5 HW - Ch. 5 HW 091009 MCQs: 1) When two genes fail to...

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Ch. 5 HW 091009 MCQs: 1) When two genes fail to assort independently, the term normally applied is A) discontinuous inheritance B) Mendelian inheritance C) Linkage D) Tetrad analysis E) Dominance and/ or recessiveness 2) Assume that a cross is made between AaBb and aabb plants and all the offspring are either AaBb or aabb. These results are consistent with the following circumstance: A) complete linkage B) alternation of generation C) codominance D) incomplete dominanace E) hemizygosity 3) Assume that a cross is made between AaBb and aabb plants and the offspring are equal number of AaBb, Aabb, aaBb, aabb. These results are consistent with the following circumstance: A) independent assortment B) alternation of generation C) complete linkage D) incomplete dominance E) hemizygosity 4) The phenomenon in which one crossover increases the likelihood of crossovers in nearby regions is called A) chiasma B) negative interference C) reciprocal genetic exchange D) positive interference E) mitotic recombination
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Ch. 5 HW - Ch. 5 HW 091009 MCQs: 1) When two genes fail to...

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