Genetics Final Summer 2008 pg 8

Genetics Final Summer 2008 pg 8 - Definitions: Match the...

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Unformatted text preview: Definitions: Match the term on the left with the correct definition on the right. (1 each) 
 Mutation
______

 
 
 
 Gene
______
 
 
 
 
 Constitutive
______
 
 
 
 Totipotent
______
 
 
 
 Homeotic
genes
______
 
 
 
 Promoter
______
 
 
 
 Positive
Control
______
 
 
 
 Replication
______
 
 
 
 Meiosis
______
 
 
 
 
 Heritability
______
 
 
 
 Quantitative
trait
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 a.

a
section
of
one
side
of
a
DNA
molecule
that
encodes
a
protein
 b.

the
process
by
which
an
entire
molecule
of
DNA
is
copied
 c.

the
process
by
which
a
protein
is
made
from
a
mRNA
sequence
 d.
cell
division
resulting
in
a
pair
of
daughter
cells
that
are
identical
to
 
 the
parent
cell
and
to
each
other
 e.
genes
that
are
transcribed
by
the
mother
and
placed
into
the
egg

 
 that
guide
the
early
stages
of
development
 f.

any
change
to
the
heritable
state
 g.

traits
that
have
distinct,
non‐overlapping
phenotypes
 h.

the
proportion
of
phenotypic
variance
that
is
determined
by

 
 genetic
variance
 i.

different
versions
of
the
same
gene
 j.

cells
that
are
capable
of
developing
into
an
entire
multi‐cellular

 
 organism
 k.

genes
that
are
constantly
expressed
 l.

when
gene
expression
depends
on
the
presence
of
a
transcription
 
 factor
 m.

genes
that
guide
the
development
of
structures
within
a
specific
 
 region
of
an
embryo
 n.

a
location
upstream
of
a
gene
that
acts
as
a
binding
site
for
RNA
 
 polymerase
 o.

the
enzyme
used
in
PCR
 p.

cell
division
resulting
in
four
daughter
cells
each
with
half
the

 
 number
of
chromosomes
as
the
parent
cell
 q.

genes
that
are
normally
not
expressed
but
can
be
expressed
under
 
 certain
environmental
conditions
 r.

traits
that
have
a
continuous
distribution
of
phenotypes
 ...
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