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8th G Biology Unit

8th G Biology Unit Assessment

A cell divides through mitosis. It makes two exact copies of itself. This type of cell division is NOT used for which of the following... Asexual Reproduction
Which of the following is NOT a reason cell divide? To destroy other cells
Who took the 1st picture od DNA? Rosalind Fracklin
A cell divides through meiosis. It makes four gametes. This type of cell division IS used for which of the following purpose? Sexual Reproduction
What is the structure of DNA? Double Helix
Who created the 1st model od DNA? Watson and Crick
Who is credited with recognizingthe relationship between dominant and recessive alleles? Gregor Mendel
DNA is located in the _______________________of the cell. Nucleous
Tommy's mom has blue eyes spots. What must be her genotype? SS
What is the difference between a dominant allele and a recessive allele? The dominant allele always shows and the recessive allele only shows if there are two of them.
What happens to a recessive allele (e) When a dominant allele (E) is present? Both genes traits will show at one point
What happens when there are two dominant alleles (E)? The recessive trait will NOT show
Created by: evie.mayer
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