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Genetics Test II

Heredity

QuestionAnswer
Alternate forms of a gene (e.g., B and b) allele
What is the physical characteristics or appearance of an organism called? phenotype
two copies of each chromosome in an organism's nuclei? diploid
How many copies of each chromosome are in a hexaploid? 6
term that refers to the kind of allele an organism has genotype
two alleles are identical monohybrid
two alleles are NOT identical dihybrid
cell division that produces zygotes meiosis
conjoined egg and sperm cell zygote
tool used to show expected offspring punnett square
gender that has two copies of X chromosome Female
gender that has one copy of X chromosome & one copy of Y chromosome Male
exactly one allele from each pair of alleles is found in each gamete law of segregation
traits are transmitted to offspring independently of one another; not linked together in patterns law of independent assortment
Created by: OnChromebook