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This is. Jeopardy. Life Science. Final Jeopardy. Jeopardy. What is a carrier?. Human Inheritance for 200. A person who has one recessive and one dominant allele for a trait is called a __________________. Back to Jeopardy. What are sex?. Human Inheritance for 400.

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    1. Thisis

    2. Jeopardy Life Science

    3. Final Jeopardy Jeopardy

    4. What is a carrier? Human Inheritance for 200 A person who has one recessive and one dominant allele for a trait is called a __________________. Back to Jeopardy

    5. What are sex? Human Inheritance for 400 The ______________ chromosomes determine if a person is a male or female. Back to Jeopardy

    6. What are multiple-alleles? Human Inheritance for 600 Three or more forms of a gene that code for a single trait are called _______________. Back to Jeopardy

    7. What are males? Human Inheritance for 800 Sex-linked recessive traits are more common in _________________. Back to Jeopardy

    8. What is skin color/ hair color/ height, etc.? Human Inheritance for 1000 An example of a human trait that is controlled by more than one gene is ________________________. Back to Jeopardy

    9. What is a pedigree? Human Genetic Disorders for 200 A chart that tracks which members of a family have a particular trait is called a _______________________. Back to Jeopardy

    10. What is a male? Human Genetic Disorders for 400 In a pedigree, a square is used to represent a ______________. Back to Jeopardy

    11. What is a genetic disorder? Human Genetic Disorders for 600 An abnormal condition that a person inherits through genes or chromosomes is a ______________. Back to Jeopardy

    12. What is hemophilia? Human Genetic Disorders for 800 A genetic disorder in which a person’s blood clots very slowly if at all is __________________. Back to Jeopardy

    13. What is Down syndrome? Human Genetic Disorders for 1000 People with an extra copy of chromosome 21 have a disorder called ____________. Back to Jeopardy

    14. What is inbreeding? Advances in Genetics for 200 The crossing of two individuals that have similar characteristics is referred to as _____________________. Back to Jeopardy

    15. What is genetic engineering? Advances in Genetics for 400 The transfer of genes from one organism to another is called __________________. Back to Jeopardy

    16. What is a genome? Advances in Genetics for 600 A(n) _______________ is all the DNA in one cell of an organism. Back to Jeopardy

    17. What is hybridization? Advances in Genetics for 800 In _____________________, breeders cross two genetically different individuals. Back to Jeopardy

    18. What is gene therapy? Advances in Genetics for 1000 Inserting working copies of a gene directly into the cells of a person with a genetic disorder is referred to as _____________________. Back to Jeopardy

    19. What is 50%? Genetic Examples for 200 Smile dimples are controlled by a dominant allele on a single gene. Whitney has dimples, but her husband Alberto and son Pedro do not. This is the percent chance that Whitney and Alberto’s next child will have smile dimples. Back to Jeopardy

    20. What is 0%? Genetic Examples for 400 Although Janele’s blood is normal, her brother Randy has sickle-cell disease. Janele is worried about having a child with the disease. Janele just found out that her husband Terence has one allele for sickle-cell disease. This is the percent chance that Janele and Terence will have a child with sickle-cell disease. Back to Jeopardy

    21. What is type A or type B? Genetic Examples for 600 Janice’s mother has type AB blood, and her father has type O blood. This is the blood type(s) that Janice could have. Back to Jeopardy

    22. What are genetic counselors? Genetic Examples for 800 Professionals who help couples understand their chances of having a child with a particular genetic disorder are called ____________________. Back to Jeopardy

    23. What is 50%? Genetic Examples for 1000 Colorblindness is a sex-linked gene because it is controlled by a recessive allele on the X chromosome. Justin is colorblind. Justin’s father-in-law is colorblind. Justin’s wife is not colorblind. This is the probability that Justin’s daughter will be colorblind. Back to Jeopardy

    24. What is a clone? Vocabulary for 200 A(n) _____________ is an organism that is genetically identical to the organism from which it was produced. Back to Jeopardy

    25. What is selective breeding? Vocabulary for 400 The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits to serve as parents of the next generation is called _____________________. Back to Jeopardy

    26. What is DNA fingerprinting? Vocabulary for 600 In __________________, a person’s DNA is cut into fragments, which are separated to form a pattern. Back to Jeopardy

    27. What is cystic fibrosis? Vocabulary for 800 __________________ is a genetic disorder in which the body produces abnormally thick mucus in the lungs and intestines. Back to Jeopardy

    28. What is a karyotype? Vocabulary for 1000 This is a picture of all the chromosomes in a cell. Back to Jeopardy

    29. What is recessive? Capture the Chapter for 200 Cystic fibrosis is caused by a ________________ allele. Back to Jeopardy

    30. What are three? Capture the Chapter for 400 The allele in cystic fibrosis is caused by a mutation in which _________ bases are removed from a DNA molecule. Back to Jeopardy

    31. What is DNA fingerprinting? Capture the Chapter for 600 Technology used in the Human Genome project called __________ ___________ can also be used to show how people are related. Back to Jeopardy

    32. Capture the Chapter for 800 Except for _________ __________, no two people have exactly the same DNA fingerprint. What are identical twins? Back to Jeopardy

    33. Capture the Chapter for 1000 Many of a person’s characteristics are determined by an interaction between genes and the ________________. What is the environment? Back to Jeopardy

    34. DAILYDOUBLE!!

    35. DAILYDOUBLE!!

    36. DAILYDOUBLE!!

    37. DAILYDOUBLE!!

    38. Double Jeopardy

    39. What are purebred short plants? Human Inheritance for 400 In Mendel’s P Generation, he crossed purebred tall plants with _______________________. Back to Double Jeopardy

    40. What are tall plants? Human Inheritance for 800 In Mendel’s F1 generation, he noticed that there were all _______________ Back to Double Jeopardy

    41. What is capital? Human Inheritance for 1200 The dominant allele is represented by a __________________ letter. Back to Double Jeopardy

    42. What is a hybrid? Human Inheritance for 1600 A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait Back to Double Jeopardy

    43. What is a hybrid? Human Inheritance for 1800 A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait Back to Double Jeopardy

    44. What is independence of events? Human Genetic Disorders for 400 When you toss a coin more than once, the results of one toss do not affect the results of the next toss. This is called the _____________________. Back to Double Jeopardy

    45. What is a Punnett square? Human Genetic Disorders for 800 A _________________ is a chart that shows all the possible combinations of alleles that can result from a genetic cross. Back to Double Jeopardy

    46. What is probability? Human Genetic Disorders for 1200 In a genetic cross, the allele that each parent will pass on to its offspring is based on __________________ Back to Double Jeopardy

    47. What is codominance? Human Genetic Disorders for 1600 In ________________, the alleles are neither dominant nor recessive. As a result, both alleles are expressed in the offspring. Back to Double Jeopardy

    48. What is codominance? Human Genetic Disorders for 1800 In ________________, the alleles are neither dominant nor recessive. As a result, both alleles are expressed in the offspring. Back to Double Jeopardy

    49. What are 24? Advances in Genetics for 400 The body cells of a grasshopper have _____________ chromosomes. Back to Double Jeopardy

    50. What is meiosis? Advances in Genetics for 800 During ________________, the chromosome pairs separate and are distributed to different cells. Back to Double Jeopardy