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Genetics

Genetics and Reproduction Test Revjew

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If an organism undergoes binary fission is the genetic makeup the same or different from the parent? it would be the same because it is asexual reproduction
Budding is which type of reproduction? asexual
What is heredity? the passing of traits from offspring to offspring
What are 5 examples of genetic instructions in humans? - hair color- eye color- face shape- obesity- height
From where does an organism get its generic instructions? the parents or parent
What are the differences between learned and inherited traits? learned- has to be taught to by parent or parents Inherited- taught to self
What are 3 disadvantages to asexual reproduction? - only one parent (have to do it alone)- all children look the same- can wipe out entire population
In sexual reproduction how many genes does an offspring receive? two- one from mom and one from dad
What are some advantages to sexual reproduction? - no kids are the same- there are two parents
How does an organism reproduce diverse offspring? the animals reproduce sexually
What are some scenarios that can produce a uniform offspring? when a copperhead snake wants to create an evil army of snakes she ________ reproduces
Where is genetic material located in the eucaryotic cell? in the nucleus
What parts of a cell are responsible for an organisms inherited traits? DNA chromosomes in the nucleus
What is the function of chromosomes? to store DNA
Created by: alyssap2319