5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a A genetically identical copy of DNA, a cell, or an organism.
- b two (2n) of each type of chromosome characteristic
- c The order of nucleotides in a strand of DNA or RNA.
- d the chance a particular outcome of an event will occur; depends on the total number of outcomes possible.
- e a single gene can affect multiple traits.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- one allele is not fully dominant over another, the phenotype is somewhere in between
- Stage of mitosis when sister chromatids separate and move to opposite spindle poles.
- identical alleles at a gene locus on the chromosome, AA.
- A nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also, base-pairs with cytosine in DNA and RNA.
- a range of small differences in a trait
5 True/False Questions
DNA replication → Process by which a cell duplicates its DNA before it divides.
meiosis → cell division mechanism that maintains the chromosome number.
neoplasm → Stage of mitosis when cell's chromosomes align midway
thymine (T) → A nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also, base-pairs with cytosine in DNA and RNA.
histone → protein that structurally organizes chromosomes and part of nucleosomes.