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Gregor Mendel. Vocabulary. Pisum sativum. Genetic Crosses. Mendel’s Laws. Dominance. Pisum sativum. Gregor Mendel. Genetic Crosses. Mendel’s Laws. Dominance. Vocabulary. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300.

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Pisum sativum

GregorMendel

GeneticCrosses

Mendel’sLaws

Dominance

Vocabulary

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Took courses in this subject at the University of Vienna that later helped him with his genetic studies


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What is mathematics or statistics? that later helped him with his genetic studies


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Mendel did research on this --- the transmission of characteristics from parent to offspring


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What is heredity? characteristics from parent to offspring







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What is pollination? generation by controlling this


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Two forms of a Gene generation by controlling this


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What are alleles? generation by controlling this


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Genotype referred to as being “Pure” generation by controlling this


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What is homozygous? generation by controlling this


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Heterozygous genotypes are also called this generation by controlling this


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What are hybrids? generation by controlling this


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Two forms that a gene or allele may take generation by controlling this


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What are dominant or recessive? generation by controlling this



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What are “particles”? generation by controlling this



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What is allow to self-pollinate? generation by controlling this


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Recessive seed shape in Mendel’s peas generation by controlling this


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What is wrinkled? generation by controlling this


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Flower part that produces pollen generation by controlling this


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What is the stamen? generation by controlling this


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Mendel was able to cross 2 hybrids by doing this generation by controlling this



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Actual observed ratio that Mendel got from an F generation by controlling this1 monohybrid Cross


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What is 2.96:1? generation by controlling this


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Cross involving 2 traits generation by controlling this


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What is dihybrid? generation by controlling this


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Used to solve genetic crosses generation by controlling this


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What is a Punnett Square? generation by controlling this


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Percentage of tall pea plants resulting from an F generation by controlling this1 Monohybrid Cross


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What is 75%? generation by controlling this


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Another name for an F generation by controlling this2 Monohybrid Cross


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What is a testcross? generation by controlling this


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Genotypic ratio for an F generation by controlling this2 Monohybrid Cross


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What is 1:1? generation by controlling this


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Number of P generation by controlling this1 traits that fail to appear in Mendel’s F1 pea plants


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What is one? generation by controlling this


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Trait that appeared in the F generation by controlling this1 generation was controlled by this factor or allele


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What is dominant? generation by controlling this





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What is the Law of Independent Assortment? being distributed to gametes


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Daily being distributed to gametes

Double!!


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Number of Possible allele Combinations in an F being distributed to gametes1 Dihybrid Cross


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What is four? being distributed to gametes



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What is a Capital Letter? being distributed to gametes


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States that recessive trait alleles have no effect on phenotype when paired with a dominant trait allele


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What is the Law of Dominance? phenotype when paired with a dominant trait allele








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Double two parents

Jeopardy!!


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Genetic Ratios two parents


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Genetic Disorders two parents


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Genes two parents


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Sex-Linked two parents


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Mutations two parents


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Human Genetics two parents


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Genetic Ratios two parents

Genetic Disorders

Sex-linked

Human Genetics

Genes

Mutations

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P two parents1 Monohybrid genotypic ratio


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What is All Alike? two parents


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F two parents1 Monohybrid genotypic ratio


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What is 1:2:1? two parents


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F two parents2 Monohybrid genotypic ratio


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What is 1:1? two parents


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F two parents1 Dihybrid Phenotypic ratio


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What is 9:3:3:1? two parents


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Probability of getting hybrids from an F two parents1 Monohybrid Cross


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What is 50% or ½? two parents



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What is a pedigree? several generations



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What is a lethal mutation? several generations







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What is PKU? amino acid phenylalanine


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Alternate forms of a Gene amino acid phenylalanine


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What are alleles? amino acid phenylalanine


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Genes are carried on these amino acid phenylalanine


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What are chromosomes? amino acid phenylalanine



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What is a chromosome map? amino acid phenylalanine



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What is a point mutation? amino acid phenylalanine



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What is linked? amino acid phenylalanine


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Genotype for males amino acid phenylalanine


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What is XY? amino acid phenylalanine



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What is the X chromosome? amino acid phenylalanine



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What is hemophilia? of blood to clot



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What are carriers? on to their offspring



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What are sex-influenced traits? on to their offspring



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What is a cell? on to their offspring



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What are somatic mutations? on to their offspring



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What is a beneficial mutation? on to their offspring



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What is a deletion? on to their offspring


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Daily on to their offspring

Double!!



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What is monosomy? on to their offspring





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What is Tay-Sachs disease? system of infants deteriorates



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What is muscular dystrophy? the wasting away of muscles


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XXY chromosomes in a male the wasting away of muscles


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What is Klinefelter’s syndrome? the wasting away of muscles



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What is PKU? birth in the United States


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Final Jeopardy birth in the United States


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This type of dominance occurs when heterozygous individuals & dominant homozygous individuals are indistinguishable in phenotype


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What is complete dominance? & dominant homozygous individuals are indistinguishable in phenotype


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