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Non-Mendelian, Pedigrees, and Karyotypes
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  • Question 1
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    Q. This is an example of ___________?
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    Incomplete dominance
    Co-Dominance
  • Question 2
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    Q. What type of inheritance do two alleles have if their traits blend together? 
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    Incomplete Dominance
    Co-Dominance
  • Question 3
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    When one allele is not dominant over the other, resulting in both traits expressed in a heterozygous individual.....

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    Incomplete Dominance

    Codominance

  • Question 4
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    Some flowers are controlled by codominance. Red flowers (RR), blue flowers (BB) and Speckled flowers (RB).


    What offspring come from a cross of two speckled flowers?

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    1 red, 2 speckled, 1 blue

    2 red, 2 blue

    2 blue, 2 speckled

    1 red, 1 speckled, 2 blue

  • Question 5
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    Some flowers are controlled by codominance. Red flowers (RR), blue flowers (BB) and Speckled flowers (RB).


    What offspring result from crossing a red flower with a blue flower?

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    1 red, 2 speckled, 1 blue

    2 red, 2 blue

    4 speckled

    1 red, 1 speckled, 2 blue

  • Question 6
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    In mice coat color is incompletely dominant. Black and white are homozygous. Brown mice are heterozygous.


    What is the genotype for a brown mouse?

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    BB

    Bb

    bb

  • Question 7
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    In cattle red coats are represented as RR, and white coats are represented as WW.


    What is the genotype for Roan color?

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    RR

    RW

    WW

  • Question 8
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    Q. this image is an example of
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    codominance
    dominance
    incomplete dominance
  • Question 9
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    Q. How many alleles does an individual have for each trait?
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    1
    2
    3
    4
  • Question 10
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    Q. The different forms of a gene are called
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    traits
    pollinators
    alleles
    hybrids
  • Question 11
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    Q. This type of inheritance pattern shows BOTH traits in possible offspring
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    complete dominance
    incomplete dominance
    co-dominance
    dominant pattern
  • Question 12
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    Q. In some carnations, flower color exhibits codominance. When crosses, Red (R) and white (W) flowers make speckled flowers (RW) that show both colors.
    Complete a cross between 2 speckled flowers and find the genotype ratio.
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    0 RR: 4 RW: 0 WW
    2 RR: 2 RW: 0 WW
    1 RR: 2 RW: 1 WW
    0 RR: 2 RW: 2 WW
  • Question 13
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    Q. A red flowered plant (RR) breeds with a White flowered plant (WW). The gene for petal color in these plants expresses incomplete dominance.  What percentage of the offspring will have pink (RW) flowers?
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    0%
    25%
    50%
    100%
  • Question 14
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    Q. This is an example of ___________.
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    Incomplete Dominance
    Codominance
  • Question 15
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    Q. If two parents are heterozygous for type A blood, what is the probability that their offspring would have type O blood?
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    100 %
    75%
    50%
    25%
  • Question 16
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    Q. What types of blood can a person with AB RECEIVE?
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    B only
    AB, A, B, O
    AB and O only
    A only
  • Question 17
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    Q. If a red blood cell has no antigens on its surface, what is its blood type?
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    A
    B
    AB
    O
  • Question 18
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    In a pedigree, which shape represents a male?

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    circle

    square

  • Question 19
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    How are individuals III-2 and II-4 related?

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    Brother and sister

    Dad and daughter

    Uncle and niece

    Grandfather and granddaughter

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    What is the mode of inheritance shown here?

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    Recessive because it "skips" a generation

    Dominant because it shows up in every generation

  • Question 21
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    Which individual in the first generation is a carrier?

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    I-1

    I-2

  • Question 22
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    What type of heredity is shown in the pedigree?

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    Sex-Linked Dominant

    Sex-Linked Recessive

    Autosomal Dominant

    Autosomal Recessive

  • Question 23
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    The pedigree is showing a _____________ trait.

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    autosomal dominant

    autosomal recessive

    sex linked recessive

  • Question 24
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    Q. Determine the sex of the individual whose karyotype is displayed in the image.
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    female
    male
  • Question 25
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    Q. Chromosome pairs 1-22 are referred to as
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    sex chromosomes
    sister chromatids
    a karyotype
    autsomes
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