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Study Guide exam 1

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Study Guide exam 1 Bio 1710

bridget berning
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General Biology
Alan Katz

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Date Created: 09/21/15
Biology First Exam 1 Which of the following are considered to be alive a Cells 2 The allele not expressed in a heterozygote is properly termed a Recessive 3 Amino Acids are the building blocks of what macromolecule a Protein 4 Suppose an atom contains 16 proteins in its nucleus One may conclude this atom a Has an atomic number of 16 5 What phenotypic ratio is often associated with the offspring of a monohybrid cross Bb x Bb a 31 6 in general how many different types of macromolecules are usually found in a plant or animal a4 7 which of the following symbols usually represents an unaffected male in a pedigree a Un lled in square 8 Which of the following terms is a cell organelle a Mitochondria 9 Which of the following was discovered by Gregor Mendel in the mid 18005 a Law of dominance 10 Which of the following are found within a cell s nucleus a Nucleolus 11 Which of the following are associated with plant cells but not animal cells i Cell wall 12 Which of the following is a type of subatomic particle i Neutron 13 Which of the following terms refers to the two copies of a gene possessed by an individual i Alleles 14 In regard to physical size which of the following terms represents the smallest quantity of those listed i Proton 15 What is another name for heterozygous i Hybrid 16 Two or more atoms joined together by chemical bonds form i A molecule 17 An individuals genotype is a description of i The alleles possessed by the individual 18 In regard to the results obtained from reciprocal crosses what did Gregor Mendel observe i No differences in F1 or F2 results 19 The idea that different traits are inherited independently of each other is contained in i The law of independent assortment 20 DNA and RNA are types of i Nucleic acids 21 Questions 2124 the ability to roll one s tongue in humans is due to a dominant aee R while the inability to roll ones tongue is due to a recessive aee r Suppose a woman named Susan marries a man named Joe Susan is a roller while Joe is a non roer Over the next few years they have two children a daughter who is also a roller and a son who is a nonroller 21 What is Susans genotype i Rr 22 What is Joes genotype i Rr 23 What is the daughters genotype i Rr 24 What is the sons genotype i Rr Questions 2527 Determine the number of different types of gametes each genotype could produce 25 AaBbDDee 4 26 AaBbddEe 8 27 Rrss 2 Questions 28 30 Determine the number of different phenotypes possible among the offspring of each mating 28 AaBb x AABb 2 29 Aadd x aaDd 4 30 RrSsTt x RRSS39I I39 1 Questions 3133 Determine the number of different genotypes possible among the offspring of each mating 31 aaBbeaBb 6 32 AAdd x aaDD 1 33 RrSsTt x RRSS I I 8 34 AaBBxaabb 11 35 RrSsx RrSs 9331 36 ddEeGg x DdEEGG 11 37 The smallest amount of any element is i an atom 38 What is a type of Carbohydrate found only in plants that make plant cells very rigid and strong a Cellulose 39 If a disease in humans were due to a recessive allele then a an affected child could have two normal parents 40 Geneticists sometimes use the term quotF2quot in describing a particular generation What does the letter F represent a Filial 41 Which of the following terms represents the largest quantity in terms of physical size a Tissue 42 Both fats and oils are types of a lipids 43 Enzymes are a type of a protein 44 which of the following can be found inside a cells nucleus a Chromosomes 45 Who is generally described as being the father of genetics aMende 46 Which of the following contains instructions for cells to make proteins a DNA 47 Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of being alive a Requires sleep 48 The phrase quotvapors and fluids refers to a false ideas on heredity proposed by Aristotle many years ago 49 The law of segregation states that a a parent passes just one of its two alleles on to each offspring 50 The false idea that there exists an important relationship between ones blood and heredity is due to a Aristotle 51 How many copies of a gene does an individual have in each of its somatic cells a2


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