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  1. This is JEOPARDY! Genetics Watson 2001

  2. Procedures for Today • Categories’ levels have certain point values • Higher point values are generally more difficult questions • You MUST state your response in the form of a QUESTION • ????????????????????????????????? Watson 2001

  3. Genetics Watson 2001

  4. Hippocrates idea of body particles making up gametes Question . Watson 2001

  5. What is pangenensis? Watson 2001

  6. An early 19th century belief that traits blend together Question . Watson 2001

  7. What is the Blending Hypothesis? Watson 2001

  8. An Austrian monk that studied inherited traits in peas Question . Watson 2001

  9. Who is Gregor Mendel Watson 2001

  10. Gregor Mendel’s hybrid crosses of peas revealed traits that seemed to dominate, leading him to develop this “principle.” Question . Watson 2001

  11. What is the Principle of Dominance/Recessiveness? Watson 2001

  12. What disproves the Blending Hypothesis Question . Watson 2001

  13. What is recessive traits reappearing? Watson 2001

  14. The first, or parent generation Question . Watson 2001

  15. What is P generation? Watson 2001

  16. What identical alleles are called Question . Watson 2001

  17. What is Homozygous? Watson 2001

  18. Eggs and sperm, for example Question . Watson 2001

  19. What are gametes? Watson 2001

  20. Alternate forms of the same gene Question . Watson 2001

  21. What are alleles? Watson 2001

  22. A pair: two different alleles for the same gene Question . Watson 2001

  23. What is heterozygous? Watson 2001

  24. Change in a single gene Question . Watson 2001

  25. What is gene mutation? Watson 2001

  26. Change in a whole chromosome Question . Watson 2001

  27. What is a chromosomal mutation? Watson 2001

  28. Part of a chromosome is missing Question . Watson 2001

  29. What is a deletion? Watson 2001

  30. Part of a chromosome is reversed. Question . Watson 2001

  31. What is an inversion? Watson 2001

  32. When two of these exchange portions, a translocation occurs Question . Watson 2001

  33. What are non-homologous chromosomes? Watson 2001

  34. An arrangement of chromosomes in a particular order, used for study Question . Watson 2001

  35. What is a karyotype? Watson 2001

  36. The 1st 22 pairs of chromosomes Question . Watson 2001

  37. What are autosomes? Watson 2001

  38. Examples of the 23rd pair of chromosomes Question . Watson 2001

  39. What are X and y? Watson 2001

  40. Daily Double What is your wager? Watson 2001

  41. Part of a chromosome that codes for a particular trait Question . Watson 2001

  42. What is a gene? Watson 2001

  43. The stage in which a karyotype is photographed Question . Watson 2001

  44. What is prophase? Watson 2001

  45. When one allele’s traits can show, hiding another allele’s traits Question . Watson 2001

  46. What is dominant/recessive? Watson 2001

  47. Both alleles in a heterozygote can be partially expressed Question . Watson 2001

  48. What is incomplete dominance? Watson 2001

  49. The type dominance that allows the offspring of a white cow and a red bull to have a white/red haired calf (roan) Question . Watson 2001

  50. What is codominance? Watson 2001