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  1. red green color blindness
  2. heterozygous
  3. mitosis
  4. bottleneck effect
  5. decent with modification
  1. a two different alleles, having two different alleles for a trait
  2. b in eukaryotic cells, a process of cell division that forms two new nuclei, each of which has the same number of chromosomes, asexual
  3. c process by which descendants of ancestral organisms spread into various habitats and accumulate adaptations to diverse ways of life
  4. d A class of common sex-linked human disorders involving several genes on the X chromosome; characterized by a malfunction of light-sensitive cells in the eyes; affects mostly males but also homozygous females
  5. e Genetic drift that occurs when the size of a population is reduced, as by a natural disaster or human actions. Typically, the surviving population is no longer genetically representative of the original population.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Genetic drift that occurs when a few individuals become isolated from a larger population, with the result that the new population's gene pool is not reflective of the original population.
  2. A definition of species in terms of ecological niche, the sum of how members of the species interact with the nonliving and living parts of their environment.
  3. A genetic condition of having three chromosomes instead of two. The conidtion causes various birth defects
  4. more individual are produced then can survive and reproduce. there is variation of characteristics within a population. there is unequal reproductive success based on variation, limited resources, comptition for resources, passing down traits to offspring, variation within a population
  5. the number of off spring an individual has compared to others in the population

5 True/False questions

  1. Darwin conclusionmore individual are produced then can survive and reproduce. there is variation of characteristics within a population. there is unequal reproductive success based on variation, limited resources, comptition for resources, passing down traits to offspring, variation within a population

          

  2. phenotypephysical traits of the organism, what an organism looks like as a consequence of its genotype

          

  3. gene flowcombined genetic information of all the members of a particular population

          

  4. antigensRandom errors in gene replication that lead to a change in the sequence of nucleotides; the source of all genetic diversity, changes in genetic material

          

  5. biological species conceptdefines a species as a set of organisms with a unique genetic history