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5 Matching questions

  1. recessive genetic disorders
  2. dominant factor
  3. Gregor Mendel
  4. What describes the allele that causes color blindness?
  5. sex-linked gene
  1. a these genetic disorders occur when both parents have a recessive allele for a disorder; the parents my be heterozygous and not show any symptoms of a disorder, but if the child inherits a recessive gene from each parent, then the child will have ta recessive genetic disorder like cystic fibrosis.
  2. b some allele are on the sex chromosomes like color-blindness, which is sexlinked on the X chromosome.
  3. c
    He was a monk who was born in Austria in 1822. He experimented with pea plants. He is known as the "Father of Genetics".
  4. d it is carried on the X chromosome
  5. e a factor that covers up a recessive factor; tall is dominant to short

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. phenotype
  2. it is a visual tool for following traits through generations of a family
  3. the phenotype resulting in a "blended" result; red and white flowers producing a PINK flower, not just only red or white flowers.
  4. recessive genes

  5. the two aleles for an organism are different (Tt or Nn). This is also known as Hybrid.

5 True/False questions

  1. Red-green color blindness is a numan genetic disorder caused by a gene


  2. Alternate forms of a gene are called _____________.alleles


  3. allelesthe different forms of a gene


  4. recessive factora factor that covers up a recessive factor; tall is dominant to short


  5. genetic engineeringexperimenting with biological and chemical methods to change the arrangement of DNA that makes up a gene


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