Three pea plant have the following alleles for yellow Y and y peas what is the genotype and phenotype of each A. YY B.Yy C. yy
A.Yellow peas B. yellow peas C. Green peas
A pea plant that is homozygous in the dominant axial flower A is crosses with a heterozygous in that allele?
50% of offspring have AA and the other 50% have the Aa genotype. However 100% has axial flowers.
A woman is heterozygous in the ability to roll their tongues. If she marries a man who cannot roll his tongue. What % of their children cannot roll their tongues.
50% of their children can roll their tongues.
Give the possible phenotypes and the percentage chance for each in the dihybrid cross between a pea plant that is homologous in producing smooth yellow peas and a pea plant that produces wrinkled green peas.
Give the possible phenotypes and the percentage change for each in the dihybrid cross between a pea plan that is heterozygous in producing smooth yellow peas and another with the same genotype?
Smooth yellow peas 56.25%
Smooth green peas 18.75%
Wrinkled yellow peas 18.75%
Wrinkled green peas 6.25%
If a gamete has two alleles for the same genetic trait what type of genetic disorder will form?
A change in chromosome number will result.
A person carries a disorder but does not have it how is this possible.
The genetic order must be recessive.
Two individuals have the same genotype for a certain trait are they identical?
No while the genetics are the same the spiritual and environmental effects were probably different.
A woman with type o blood marries a man with type AB blood what blood types are possible for their children?
A 50% B 50%