5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- bell curve
- homozygous dominant
- gene expression
- a a five-carbon sugar, a nitrogen base, and at least one phosphate group
- b cell division process that halves the chromosome number, to the haploid (n) number
- c Curve that results from a range of variation for a continuous trait; plotted against the frequency
- d a pair of dominant alleles at a locus on homologous chromosomes; e.g., AA.
- e when the information in a gene converts to a structural or functional part of a cell.
5 Multiple choice questions
- one allele is not fully dominant over another, the phenotype is somewhere in between
- Permanent, small-scale change in DNA. Primary source of new alleles
- Heritable unit of information in DNA
- Heterozygote. Individual with two different alleles at a gene locus.
- A type of nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also, base-pairs with adenine; does not occur in RNA.
5 True/False questions
heterozygous → identical alleles at a gene locus on the chromosome, AA.
asexual reproduction → Reproductive mode by which offspring arise from one parent and inherit that parent's genes only
telophase → Stage of mitosis during which chromosomes arrive at the spindle poles and new nuclei form.
crossing over → allele effects that are masked by a dominant allele on the chromosome.
anaphase → Stage of mitosis and meiosis in which chromosomes condense a become attached to spindles.