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Midterm Part 2

by: Natalie Berry

Midterm Part 2 BIO 101

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This study guide is for the genetics portion of what we've learned. Chapters 9-11
Biology in Your World
Kyoungtae Kim
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Date Created: 10/16/16
Chapter 9  Define the following:  Genome:  Replication:  Chromosomes:  Chromatins:  Chromatid:  Mitosis:  Cytokinesis:  Cell cycle:  Interphase:  Mitotic phase (m phase):  Microtubules:  Centersome:  Metaphase plate:  What are the chemical substances that make up DNA?  Where is DNA located in the cell?  True or False. Different genes are active in different types of cells  List 3 reasons why cells divide  True or false. All cells divide.  Explain the process of cell division  What do chromosomes consist of?  What is the duplicated state?  True or False? Homologous chromosomes are exactly alike  What are the 2 main phases of the cell cycle?  What are the four main stages of mitosis? Chapter 10  Define the following:  Meiosis:  N:  2n:  Gametes:  Tetrad:  Crossing over:  Independent assortment:  Sex chromosomes:  Oognia:  Spermatagonia:  How do chromosomes avoid doubling up with each generation?  What is the difference between haploid and diploid?  What are the two important differences between mitosis and meiosis?  How are mitosis and meiosis similar?  What are the two types of diversity meiosis brings out?  True or false? Independent assortment ensures all offspring will be exactly alike Chapter 11  Define the following:  Phenotype:  Genotype:  Parental generation:  Allele:  law of segregation:  homozygous:  heterozygous:  dominant:  recessive:  monohybrid:  dihybrid cross:  law of independent assortment:  incomplete dominance:  codominance:  Which four of Mendel’s inferences were correct?  What was the plant he used for his experiments?  True or false? Pisum plants can self-pollinate  True or false? Even if a pea plants has a Y allele, it will be green  What is the physical basis for the law of segregation?  True or false? Mendel’s work made him famous once he released it


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