Mendel Chpt 6.3_6.6
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by Kathy Egbert
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Watch the video about Mendel (abt 8 mins) and then you will be able to answer the questions easily in #1 on the worksheet: Complete the Story
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First Name Last Name
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Class Period
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The Law of Segreatation goes in this blank.
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The Law of Independent Assortment goes in this blank.
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Purebred means that the organism is self-pollinated or raised so long that genetically uniform offspring look like the genes.
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This is the same answer as you gave on the first page #9
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You may draw chromosomes to show this relationship or search for an appropriate picture and copy & paste it into this space.
The vocab visual on pg 180 in your textbook may be helpful to you
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You may draw chromosomes to show this relationship or search for an appropriate picture and copy & paste it into this space.
The vocab visual on pg 181 in your textbook may be helpful to you
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Select the answer that shows the relationship between DNA, gene, allele, locus and proteins.
A proteins make up all of the others (DNA, gene, allele, locus)
B there is a size relationship starting from the smallest to the largest (DNA smallest...proteins largest)
C a gene is a segment of DNA that tells a cell how to make a particular protein; since there are the same genes on chromosomes from the mother and father, each gene can have an alternate expression referred to as an allele. Locus is the location where the gene is found on a chromosome.
D Locus refers to the location that a gene is found on a chromosome. An allele is wrapped around the DNA when it is making a protein.
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Phenotype is the physical type of genes/alleles that an organism has for a trait and a Genotype is the physical expression of the genes/alleles of an organism.
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A dominant
B recessive
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A TT
B tt
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A homozygous recessive
B heterozygous
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A homozygous recessive
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A dominant
B recessive
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"likelihood" is the word to insert here
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"exact" is the word to insert here
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located on page 187 in textbook
A 100%
B 75%
C 50%
D 25%
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A monohyrbrid cross is done with two traits compared to a dihybrid cross which is using only one trait.
A True
B False
C False. Monohybrid is one trait and dihybrid is two traits.
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A testcross is used to identify an unknown genotype of an organism by crossing it with a recessive phenotype.
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B True. If the unknown is homozygous dominant, than all of the offspring will have the dominant phenotype.
C True. If the unknown is heterozygous dominant, then the probability for offspring would be 50% showing the dominant trait and 50% showing the recessive trait.
D True, both B and C are correct consequences.
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The allele that goes in this location on a punnett square is:
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B a
C AA
D Aa
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The allele that goes in this location on a punnett square is:
A A
B a
C Aa
D aa
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The ________________ alleles go across the top of a punnett square.
A father's
B mother's
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The allele that goes in this location on a punnett square is:
A A
B a
C AA
D Aa
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The allele that goes in this location on a punnett square is:
A A
B a
C Aa
D aa
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The ________________ alleles go down the side of a punnett square.
A father's
B mother's
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What is the genotypic ratio of the offspring?
A 100% all dominant
B 75% dominant, and 25% recessive
C 50% dominant, and 50% recessive
D 25% homozygous dominant; 50% heterozygous; and 25% homozygous recessive

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What is the phenotypic ratio of the offspring?
A 100% dominant
B 75% dominant and 25% recessive
C 50% dominant and 50% recessive
D 25% dominant, 75% recessive
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You may draw the chromosomes in this box or you may look for an picture to show this and copy and paste it here.
Figure 6.2 on pg 190 in your textbook may be helpful
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Look at the Figure on Genetic Linkage that follows this worksheet page. Look at the second figure example A: these genes are_________.
A linked
B not linked
C insufficient information to determine
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Look at the Figure on Genetic Linkage that follows this worksheet page. Look at the second figure example B: these genes are_________.
A linked.
B not linked.
C insufficient information to determine
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Look at the Figure on Genetic Linkage that follows this worksheet page. Look at the second figure example C: these genes are_________.
A linked
B not linked
C insufficient information to detremine
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A No.
B Yes.
C Yes. Chromosomes carrying genes line up randomly and separate randomly during meiosis.
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A No.
B Yes.
C Yes. The genes will be far enough apart from each other that crossing over is very likely to occur.
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A No.
B No. The genes are likely to be linked because they are located close to one another and will likely travel together during meiosis.
C Yes. The genes are likely to be linked because they are located close to one another and will likely travel together during meiosis.
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