PSY335EXAM2StudyGuide

PSY335EXAM2StudyGuide - PSYC 335 SECM003 EXAM 2 Study...

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PSYC 335 SECM003 EXAM 2 Study Guide: 1. What’s the difference between genotypes and phenotypes? What about chromosomes and alleles? How many genes do humans have? How are genes passed on to babies? 2. Meiosis vs. mitosis. How many chromosomes do we have? Where do they come from? What are gametes? What’s a karyotype? What are autosomes? 3. What is dominance? In what ways can a person have dominant or recessive genotypes? 4. What is sex-linked transmission of genetics? Why is this important for understanding certain diseases? 5. How do genetic heritability and environmental influences transact or work together to change a developing person throughout their lifetime? 6. How do neurons communicate? 7. What are the stages of prenatal development? What are the developmental milestones that occur in each of these stages? 8. Where does fertilization occur? When and where is implantation? 9. What’s the difference between a zygote, embryo, and fetus? What distinguishes a blastocyst from a morula? 10.
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course PSY 335 taught by Professor Cromer during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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