5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- homozygous dominant
- bipolar spindle
- a dynamically assembled array of microtubules that moves chromosomes during mitosis or meiosis.
- b allele effects that are masked by a dominant allele on the chromosome.
- c Stage of mitosis when sister chromatids separate and move to opposite spindle poles.
- d The stage between mitotic divisions when a cell grows in mass, doubles its cytoplasmic, and replicates its DNA.
- e a pair of dominant alleles at a locus on homologous chromosomes; e.g., AA.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Curve that results from a range of variation for a continuous trait; plotted against the frequency
- A genetically identical copy of DNA, a cell, or an organism.
- an allele that masks the effects of a recessive allele paired with it
- A diagram used to predict the outcome of a testcross.
- replication enzyme; assembles a new DNA from free nucleotides
5 True/False questions
guanine (G) → A type of nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also, base-pairs with adenine; does not occur in RNA.
somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) → Three or more alleles persist in a population.
locus → The location of a gene on a chromosome
histone → protein that structurally organizes chromosomes and part of nucleosomes.
adenine (A) → A nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also base-pairs with thymine in DNA and uracil in RNA.