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Study Guide Questions

1.     It was not until the __________ Century that biologists acknowledged that both parents play a role in contributing to an offspring's characteristics.
2.     According to Mendel, discrete heritable factors are also called _______________________.
3.     The term "offspring" can also be called ____________________________.
4.     Alternative forms of genes are known as __________________________.
5.     For each inherited characteristic an organism has _____________________ allele(s).
6.     A sperm or egg carries_______________ allele(s) for each characteristic.
7.     In Mendel's pea plant experiment, the F1 generation had one green pod allele and one yellow pod allele. The progeny was green because the green pod allele was: a.) recessive b.) dominant c.) semi-recessive
8.     A recessive allele is usually: a.) expressed b.) masked c.) semi-expressed
9.     Any organism that has two identical sets of alleles is known as: a.) heterozygous b.) homozygous c.) an identical twin
10.     The probability of a compound event is equal to the product of the separate probabilities of the independent single events. This statement is the: a.) Rule of Addition b.) Rule of Multiplication c.) Law of Segregation
11.     Mating experiments that use a parental variety differing in one single trait are known as: a.) monohybrid crosses b.) dihybrid crosses c.) multiple hybrid crosses
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