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What is the definition of heredity?
The passing of traits from
parent to offspring
Mendel was known as the _____.
Father of Genetics
Self-pollinating means that a plant
has both male and female reproductive
structures – which structure is male
and which is female?
Female – stigma
Male – anthers
What does it mean if a plant is
true-breeding and what does I mean
True-Breeding means that an
offspring will have the same
characteristics as the parent plant.
Cross-pollination means that the anthers are removed from one plant and pollen from another plant pollinates that plant.
Describe Mendel’s 2 experiments.
What was discovered from these
1st Generation – all round seeds
2nd Generation – 3 round, 1 wrinkled
Dominant and recessive traits were
The genetic make-up of an organism
refers to the _____________.
The physical appearance of an
organism refers to the _________.
Give me an example of hybrid and
purebred using letters.
Hybrid – Bb
Purebred – BB or bb
What is the mathematical chance that
an event will occur?
What is the outcome of the four
offspring in the cross between a
Dd x DD?
Explain the 2 types of reproduction.
Asexual – 1 parent cell
Sexual – 2 parents cells
What are the male sex cells and the
female sex cells?
Male – sperm
Female – egg
What was Walter’s Sutton
Genes are located on chromosomes.
What is the job of sex chromosomes?
The sex chromosomes determine
the sex of the offspring.
Males have ___ matched pairs of
chromosomes and one unmatched.
Females have ___ matched pairs of
What is the shape of a DNA
Make a complementary strand of
DNA. How many amino acids are
located in this strand.
3 amino acids
What make up the sides of a DNA
sugar and phosphate
Explain the 3 types of mutations.
Deletion – a base is left out
Insertion – a base is added
Substitution – a base is replaced
Give 3 examples of a mutagen.
UV rays, Ultraviolent radiation from X-rays, cigarette smoke, asbestos
Give an example of incomplete
Red snapdragon and white
snapdragon having pink offspring.
Give an example of one gene
affecting many traits.
White tiger’s fur color affecting the
eye color of the tiger.
Give an example of many genes
affecting one trait.
Many shades of eye color.
Give an example of selective
Dogs – thick coats
Chickens – larger number of eggs
Give an example of genetic
Cloning, tobacco plant glowing
In a pedigree, what represents the following:
No trace of the disease
Has the disease
Male – square
Female – circle
Carrier – half-filled
No trace – empty
Disease - filled