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Quiz Submissions - Quiz 4Attempt 1Written: Jan 3, 2021 9:12 PM - Jan 3, 2021 9:54 PMHow is it possible that a person can have blood type AA, BO orAB, for example?Question options:there are two alleles, and a person gets all three, but only expresses twothere are three alleles, but a person only has two allelesthere are three alleles, and a person expresses all three copiesthere are two alleles, but a person only has one alleleHide FeedbackGreat job.What is the process of cell division called in prokaryotes?Question options:Single mutationBinary fissionDouble fusionCytokinesisHide FeedbackGreat job.What is the term for a cell's complement of DNA?Question options:gametenucleuschromosome
genomeHide FeedbackGreat job.During which stage in interphase does DNA synthesis occur?Question options:MitosisG2 phaseS phaseG1 phaseHide FeedbackGreat job.In diploid organisms, chromosomes are in a matched pair. What is the term for these chromosomes?Question options:dissimilarhomologousheterologousunrelatedHide FeedbackGreat job.What is the purpose of checkpoints in the cell cycle?Question options:to keep any foreign DNA out of the cell
to make the division move fasterto maintain protein health in the cellto ensure detrimental mutations are not passed onHide FeedbackGreat job.Most animals and plants are diploid. What are cells containing two sets of chromosomes are referred to as?