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Testing (people) for the presence of a (specific)gene or to establish the presence or absences of a gene genetic screening
The process of using the information on the gene to make a protein Gene expression
The process of breaking down glucose into pyruvic acid Glycolysis
Anaerobic respiration Fermentation
The fusion of 2 (haploid) gametes to for a (diploid) zygote Fertilisation
A haploid sex cell which is capable of fusion Gamete
A unit of DNA which codes for the production of a specific protein Gene
Has different alleles (for a trait) Heterozygous
has identical alleles for a trait Homozygous
A biological catalyst which is fixed to an inert material by chemical or physical means Immobilised Enzyme
The genetic make-up of an individual Genotype
The passing on of traits from parent to offspring by means of genes Heredity
Genes located on the same chromosome ( are said to be linked) Linkage
Manipulation or alteration of genes Genetic Engineering
Having one set of chromosomes Haploid number
During gamete formation each member of a pair of alleles may combine randomly with either of another pair Mendel's 2nd Law the law of independent assortment
All the chemical reactions that occurs in organisms Metabolism
Neither allele masks the expression of the other Incomplete Dominance
A form of nuclear division in which one(diploid)nucleus divides to form four different(haploid) (daughter) nuclei Meiosis
A form of nuclear division in which one nucleus divides to form 2 identical (daughter) nuclei Mitosis
Traits are controlled by pairs of alleles which separate at gamete formation. each gamete carries only one allele for each trait. Mendel's first law the law of segregation
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