5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- do sex linked traits show up more in males or females?why?
- what is a karyotype?
- Give an example of a sex linked disease.
- what does TT stand for?
- What is the principle of segregation?
- a males because they only have one chromosme to carry the recessive allele.
- b Hemophilia.
- c TT stands for homozygous dominant and purebred dominant.
- d -the two genes for each trait separate when the gametes are formed.
- e all are homologous
22 pairs of autosomes and 1 pair of sex chromosomes
5 Multiple choice questions
- a trait that is determined by a gene found on one of the sex chromosomes, such as the X chromosome or the Y chromosome in humans.
- the difference in the X and Y chromosome leads to a difference in the inheritance of traits located on the sex chromosome.
- heterozygous or hybrid
- sex linked traits; only affects the male.
- never mind
5 True/False questions
What is the principle of domanince? → -the two genes for each trait separate when the gametes are formed.
What is the law of probability? → -trait that is determined by the combinded effect of one or more genes. ex. human skin, hair, height, and eye color.
What does tt stand for? → heterozygous indivisual expresses both alleles.
f one generation → the first offspring from cross of two varieties in the parental generation
What is the purpose of a punnent square? → -one gene in a trait can prevent the other gene from being expressed
-gene expressed as dominant is upper case
-gene expressed lower case is recessive