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  1. symbols used to create a pedigree.
    1. square
    2. shaded in square
    3. circle
    4. shaded in circle
    5. half shaded circle
    6. straight line then branches to two kids
    7.branches out to to two kids
    8. diamod with x through it
  2. dominant allele
  3. Who is Gregor Mendel?
  4. What did Gregor Mendel experiment?
  5. How many traits does a gamete carry?
  1. a 1. male
    2. affected male
    3. woman
    4. affected woman
    5. carrier female
    7. identical twins
    8. dead
  2. b - he looked at different traits by cross-pollinating the pea flowers.
  3. c when two different alleles are present in an organisms genotype.
  4. d only carries one gene for each trait.
  5. e -"Father of Genetics"
    -born in 1822 in Austria
    -high school teacher at monastery
    -avid gardner, studied pea plants

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. always a 50% chance for a girl or guy
  2. - he founded the principle of dominance that states one gene in a trait can prevent the other gene from being expressed.
  3. the difference in the X and Y chromosome leads to a difference in the inheritance of traits located on the sex chromosome.
  4. cross between an organism with an unknown genotype and organisms with a recessive phenotype.
  5. sex linked traits; only affects the male.

5 True/False questions

  1. What is the probability of a coin landing tail (.5), for two coins to both land on tailsgenes for different traits can segregate indefinitly during the formation of gametes.


  2. What is the principle of domanince?-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


  3. 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.


  4. what is codomance?heterozygous indivisual expresses both alleles.


  5. never mindnever mind