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Science December


Which of the following states that heritable factors retain their identity generation after generation? particulate hypothesis of independence
Which term describes an individual with 2 identical alletes for a particular chapter? homozygus
If you want to know the genotype of a pea plant that has purple flowers which would you perform? test cross
What is the predicted phenotypic ratio of the F2 generation of a dihybrid cross? 9:3:3:1
AB blood type in humans is a result of what? sex-linked inheritance
What is the blending hypothesis? It is the mixing of different traits and groups to figure out the outcome
What are 3 terms that describe genotype? homozygous dominant, homozygous recessive, heterozygous or hybrid
hybrid a homozygous dominant and a homozygous recessive
monohybrid cross a pairing in which a parent plant differs in only 1 category
allele alternate form of genes
heterozygous having both a dominant and recessive gene for a trait
dominant when one gene is overpowered like the purple is more
recessive the smaller letter that only comes up after dominant
punnent square a square where you figure out the genes of something
phenotype it is an observal trait
genotype it is a genetic makeup
test cross breeds an individual of unknown genotype but dominant phenotype with a homozygous recessive individual
dihybrid cross mating of 2 organisms that differ in 2 characters
What is the difference between genotypes and phenotypes? Phenotypes observe traits and genotypes make up genetic combinations
What is a dihybrid cross When something has 2 characteristics like RY and ry
Created by: Angelo14