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Chapter 5-Heredity

1.Sperm and eggs are known as ____________. Sex cells
2. The__________is the expression of a trait and is determined by the combination of alleles called the. Phenotype
3.___________produces cells with half the normal number of chromosomes. Sex chromosomes
4.Different versions of the same genes are called _________. Alleles
5.Genes carry information that determines________. Traits
6.The process that produces sex cells is_________. Mitosis
7.The passing of traits from parents to offspring is called ____. Heredity
8. If you cross a white flower with the genotype pp with a purple flower with the genotype PP, the possible genotypes in the offspring are __________. All Pp
9.For the cross in item 8, what would the phenotypes be?
10.In meiosis,
11.When one trait is not completely dominant over another, it is called_________.
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