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chapter 4 test

what chromosome does a female have? xx
what chromosome does a male have xy
what makes males more common to have sex link traits x chromosomes
mutation or change in a persons DNA genetic disorder
when a persons blood clots very slow. in a ressesive allele hemophilia
when chromosomes fail to seperate properly during mieosis down syndrome
affects the blood and production of an important protein called hemoglobin sickle cell
important protein in blood hemoglobin
when the body produces abnornal thick mucus. ressesive allele cystic fibrosis
gradual break down of cells and the brain. domonaint allele huntingtons disease
selecting a few organisms with desired traits. selective breeding
what are the two types of selective breeding? inbreeding and hybridization
crossing two individuals that have identical or simular sets of alleles inbreeding
breeders cross two genetically different individuals hybridization
an organism that is genetically identical to the organism it was produced cloning
genes from one organism are transfered into the DNA of another organism genetic engineering
what kind of people have the same DNA identical twins
identify the DNA sequence of every gene in the human chromosome human genome
a person who has a recessive allele, but does not show the trait is known as a carrier
a person has an extra _________ chromosomes 21st
what do police use to help them solve crimes DNA fingerprints
what is the ressecive blood type o
what are the two domonaint blood types a and b
how many different forms of type a blood are there three
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