5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is Tay-Sachs Disease?
- What is Hemophilia?
- What defines a dominant pedigree?
- What is co-dominance?
- How do you know if a recessive pedigree is autosomal?
- a Roughly equal numbers of males and females are affected; female carriers pass trait on to BOTH sons and daughters equally
- b One or both parents show the trait; no generations are skipped
- c Lipid accumulation in brain cells; mental deficiency; blindness
- d Excessive bleedings due to missing protein important for blood clotting
- e The expression of both alleles
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Lack of pigment in skin, hair and eyes
- 1) cleft chin
2) widow's peak
3) detached earlobes
4) hitchhikers thumb
- 1) blood transfusions
5 True/False Questions
What are the three sex linked recessive disorders? → 1) Color Blindness
3) Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
How do you know if a dominant pedigree is autosomal? → Male with trait DOES NOT pass the trait to all of his daughters
Dead male (description) → Square with a line through it
What is Glactosemia? → Accumulation of galactose (a sugar) in tissues; mental retardation, eye and liver damage
How do you know if a dominant pedigree is sex linked? → More males than females affected; Female carriers pass trait on to male sons