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Genetics Test 2018
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by Beth Velasco
| 28 Questions
Note from the author:
genetics test
1
1 pt
What resulted when Mendel crossed a dominant purple-flowered plant with a recessive white-flowered plant?
A Some offspring had purple flowers and some had white flowers.
B All the offspring had white flowers.
C All the offspring had purple flowers.
D All the offspring had pink flowers.
2
1 pt
Complete the punnett square problem below. Use must draw the punnett square yourself.

A homozygous dominate rabbit in crossed with a heterozygous rabbit.
3
1 pt
Define the Law of Independent Assortment.
4
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a inheritable biological trait?
A eye color
B hair style
C regional accent
D tattoo
5
1 pt
Which is an example of the law of segregation?
That having brown eyes does not mean you have brown hair
That having brown hair means you have brown eyes
Mom only passing half of their genes to her offspring
Mom passing all of her genes to her offspring
6
1 pt
Is this individual a boy or a girl?
Boy
B
C
D
7
1 pt
Which is an example of independent assortment?
That having brown eyes does not mean you have brown hair
That having brown hair means you have brown eyes
Mom only passing half of their genes to her offspring
Mom passing all of her genes to her offspring
8
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a heterozygous genotype?
Aa
BB
cc
Tall plants
In the punnett square above Rough Fur (R) is dominant over soft fur (r). Use the punnett square above to answer questions 16 & 17.
9
1 pt
Describe what A is pointing towards. (HINT: gender, what is its genotype?)
10
1 pt
What is the phenotypic ratio for question 23?
11
1 pt
Define the Law of Segregation.
12
1 pt
What is the genotypic ratio for question 23?
13
1 pt
Are there any numbers that have an extra chromosome or not enough chromosomes? If so which one and describe it.
14
1 pt
What is the geneotypic frequency?
15
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a homozygous dominant genotype?
Aa
BB
cc
Tall plants
16
1 pt
What is the phenotypic frequency?
17
1 pt
Place the following words and phrases in the correct catergoy.
  • Beginning of Meiosis
    Answer by dragging items here
  • End of Meiosis
    Answer by dragging items here
18
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a genotype? (mark all that apply)
Aa
Brown eyes
cc
Blue eyes
19
1 pt
What is the phenotypic ratio for question 19?
20
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a homozygous recessive genotype?
Aa
BB
cc
Tall plants
21
1 pt
How many offspring in the second generation contributed to the third generation?
1
2
3
4
22
1 pt
What is the genotypic ratio for question 19?
23
1 pt
_______________ is the study of biological inheritance patterns and variation.
A ecology
B genetics
C biochemistry
D evolution
24
1 pt
Complete the punnett square problem below. Use must draw the punnett square yourself.

A homozygous reccessive soft rabbit in crossed with a heterozygous rabbit.
25
1 pt
Describe what C is pointing towards. (HINT: gender, what is its genotype?)
26
1 pt
Which of the following is an example of a phenotype? (mark all that apply)
Aa
Brown eyes
cc
Blue eyes
Using the karyotype above answer questions 26 - 28.
The predigree above shows the movement on a dominant trait moving through multiple generations. Use the pedigree above answer questions 12 - 15.
27
1 pt
How many chromosomes should be above each number?
1
2
3
4
28
1 pt
How many offspring in the second generation express the trait?
1
2
3
4
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