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BTNY 210, S2010 Name:____________________________ Lab day and time__________________ Quiz #8A KEY March 26, 2010 1. True or False. Meiosis occurs in apical, axillary, and secondary meristems. 2. True or False. Meiotic cell divisions result in daughter cells that have different genetic material. 3. True or False. If tall (T) is dominant over dwarf (t) in beans, and one crosses two heterozygous plants, all of the offspring would be tall. 4. True or False . If yellow (Y) seed color is dominant over green (y) seed color, and one crosses a heterozygous bean plant with one that is homozygous recessive for seed color, one fourth of the offspring will have yellow seed. 5. Using the same characters in questions 3 and 4, and assuming that the two traits are carried on different chromosomes, what would the phenotypic ratio be if you crossed two plants that were both heterozygous for height and seed color?
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Unformatted text preview: 9:3:3:1 6. Name one feature which separates all prokaryotic organisms from eukaryotic organisms. Contains a nucleus, or/and any membrane bound organelle 7. True or False. All fungi are heterotrophic. 8. In plants the cell wall is made of ______ Cellulose ______________ , while in fungi the cell wall is made of _______ Chitin _______________ . 9. Zygomycetes can be distinguished from all other phyla of fungi because: a. some of them have chlorophyll b. they have both asexual and sexual means of reproduction c. they have a cell wall made of a polymer called peptidoglycan d. they have a zygotic life cycle e. they have hyphae that are non-septate 10. How would you characterize a Cyanobacterium (one to a few words)? Photosynthetic bacteria, autotrophic bacteria, or Prokaryotic and photosynthetic...
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