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Genetics review

Biology Genetics

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True/False? Mitosis result in two cells, whereas meiosis results in one cell? False; meiosis results in 4 cells
Crossing over occurs...? A. prophase II B. Fertilization C. Prophase I D. At centromere C. Prophase I
A cell that contains one member of each chromosome pair Haploid
the statement that the members of each pair of alleles separate when gametes are formed is known as the law of? Segregation
The principle that states that alleles of different genes separate independently of one another during gamete formation is the law of? independent Assortment
If some of the offspring of a test cross have the recessive trait, then the genotype of the individual being tested is Recessive
The plants that gregor mendel crossed to produce the F1 generation made up the Parental generation
A cross involving two different traits Dihybrid
the echange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes crossing over
the type of cell division that produces gametes Meiosis
The alleles present for a trait are the same Homozygous
the passing of characteristics from parents to offspring heredity
Genetics Study of heredity
gene located on chromosomes, segments of DNA
Gamete sex cells, sperm and egg. 23 chromosomes found in gametes
how many recessive alleles for atrait must an organism inherit in order to exhibit that trait? 2
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