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Mendelian Genetics Unit 6 Almost There Quiz. Question #1. a. Evolution b. Heredity c. Taxonomy d. Diseases. Genetics is the study of:. Question #2. a. GG b. Mm c. bb d. zz. Which of the following allele pairs are considered heterozygous :. Question #3. a. Pure

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Mendelian genetics unit 6 almost there quiz

Mendelian GeneticsUnit 6 Almost There Quiz


Question 1

Question #1

  • a. Evolution

  • b. Heredity

  • c. Taxonomy

  • d. Diseases

Genetics is the study of:


Question 2

Question #2

  • a. GG

  • b. Mm

  • c. bb

  • d. zz

Which of the following allele pairs are considered heterozygous:


Question 3

Question #3

  • a. Pure

  • b. Complicated

  • c. Hybrid

  • d. Homozygous

_____ is another term for heterozygous


Question 4

Question #4

  • a. bb

  • b. Tt

  • c. GT

  • d. Ab

Which of the following are considered pure?


Question 5

Question #5

  • a. Predict exactly what the offspring will look like

  • b. Predict what offspring could look like

  • c. Determine the exact ratio of phenotypes

  • d. Determine the exact ratio of genotypes

Punnett squares:


Question 6

Question #6

  • a. Meiosis occurs in two steps

  • b. Polyploidy can be beneficial in agriculture

  • c. Genetics is too complicated to predict

  • d. Factors for different traits are inherited

  • independently of one another

Which was concluded by Mendel as a result of his genetic research?


Question 7

Question #7

  • a. Law of Segregation

  • b. Law of Probabilities

  • c. Law of Dominance

  • d. Law of Independent Assortment

What law states that during gamete formation, genes for different traits separate without influencing each other’s inheritance?


Question 8

Question #8

  • a. Twins

  • b. Gametes

  • c. Hybrid

  • d. Polyploidy

If an organism has one or more extra sets of chromosomes, they are considered:


Question 9

Question #9

  • a. 1

  • b. 2

  • c. 3

  • d. 4

Two genetically identical plants were crossed. The genotypic ratios of offspring are seen in the Punnett square.How many of the offspring look like the parents?


Question 10

Question #10

  • a. Tt

  • b. tt

  • c. Freckles

  • d. Exercise Routines

Which of the following is a phenotype?


Question 11

Question #11

  • a. tt for mom and Tt for dad

  • b. Tt for mom and Tt for dad

  • c. TT for mom and TT for dad

  • d. TT for mom and tt for dad

Tall is dominant over short.

If mom is short and dad is heterozygous tall, what are their genotypes?


Question 12

Question #12

If Black is dominant over blonde, what are the possible percentages for each phenotype in this cross?

  • a. 25% Black/50% blonde/25% brown

  • b. 75% Black/25% Blonde

  • c. 25% Black/75% Blonde

  • d. 25% BB, 50% Bb, 25% bb

B

b

B

b


Question 13

Question #13

  • a. 50% TT and 50% Tt

  • b. 75% Tt and 25% Tt

  • c. 50% Tall and 50% short

  • d. 100% Tall

If Tall (T) is dominant over short (t), and a homozygous tall organism crosses with a heterozygous organism, what are the possible phenotypes of the offspring?


Question 14

Question #14

A red flower and a white flower reproduce (shown in the punnett square below). Create a punnett square if one of the offspring below self-fertilizes. What percent of the offspring could be red?

  • a. 25%

  • b. 50%

  • c. 75%

  • d. 100%

R

R

W

RW

RW

W

RW

RW


Question 15

Question #15

  • a. 1:3 brown to blue

  • b. 3:1 brown to blue

  • c. 0:1 brown to blue

  • d. 1:2:1 BB to Bb to bb

If a Brown eyed grasshopper (Bb) were crossed with a Brown eyed grasshopper (Bb) what would be the resulting phenotypic ratio?

Brown is dominant over blue


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