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7Sci Chapter 15 Sec3


How does asexual reproduction relate to humans? many body cells reproduce this way
How are sex cells different from other human cells? sex cells have half as many chromosomes
What are homologous chromosomes? chromosomes that carry the same set of genes
Why do sex-linked disorders occur more often in males? males have only one X chromosome
What carries the genes that determine sex? sex chromosomes
What is the name for the way cells divide in asexual reproduction? mitosis
What diagram is used to trace a trait through generations of a family pedigree
What are offspring that are different from both parents produced by? sexual reproduction
What are genes located on? chromosomes
What is it called when cells are copied with half the number of chromosomes? meiosis
How many parent cells are needed in asexual reproduction? one
In humans, what are the sex chromosomes of females? XX
Whay are men more likely than women to have color blindness? because men only have one X chromosome
In humans, what are the sex chromosomes of males? XY
What is used to create bigger and better things? selective breeding
What is the process where the nucleus divides once? mitosis
What is made during meiosis? sex cells
What is an exact copy of a chromosome? a chromatid
How do chromosomes get ready for the cell to split? line up at the center of cell
How is probablity usually written? fraction of percent
What is the difference between the pollination in the first generation and the second generation? The first one was selective breeding and the second one was natural.
Created by: ndmsteach