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25% 14N14N and 75% 15N15NB. 50% 14N14N and 50% 15N15NC. 75% 15N14N and 25% 14N14D.
50% 15N14N and 50% 14N14NE. 50% 15N14N and 50% 15N15NFeedback: CorrectQuestion 10 of 402.5 PointsWhich amino acid can sometimes be present at the P site without first entering the A site of the ribosome?
Feedback: Learning Objective: Discuss the role of ribosomes in protein synthesisQuestion 11 of 40
2.5 PointsA mutation changing an alanine to a glycine would likely have little effect on the protein function since they are both small, ________, amino acids.
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 12 of 402.5 PointsWhat best describes the human karyotype?
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 13 of 402.5 PointsA karyogram that contains 23 pairs of chromosomes with a different pair for the 23rd pair woulddescribe a(n)A. autosomal pair B. male
C. female D. disorder
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 14 of 402.5 PointsWhy is working with linked genes not simple?
Feedback: Learning Objective: Explain the effect of linkage and recombination on gamete genotypesQuestion 15 of 40
2.5 PointsFor her science fair project, your little sister replicated one of Mendel’s experiments. From a P0 pea plant with purple flowers and a pea plant with white flowers, she got 1 purple F1 hybrid (shehad forgotten to water, so just one survived). From this self-fertilized F1 she got 8 F2 offspring. 7 were purple and 1 was white, for a 7:1 ratio. Did your little sister just disprove Mendel’s laws?
Feedback: Learning Objective: Analyze Mendelian and Non-Mendelian inheritance patterns Question 16 of 402.5 PointsA karyogram that contains 23 pairs of chromosomes with a different pair for the 23rd pair woulddescribe a(n)
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 17 of 402.5 PointsThe most common time individual assortment occurs is when genes are ________?

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