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A BLANK is the possible form a gene may take a.heterozygote b.homozygote c.genotyp

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A BLANK is the possible form a gene may take
a.heterozygote
b.homozygote
c.genotype
d. phenotype
e.allele

What conditions involves two identical alleles?

Choose the following letter designation for dimples/no dimples that represents the heterozygous genotype.

a. DD
b.dd
c.Dd
d.DN
e. None

The blank trait takes over the expression of the blank trait.
a.genotypic.phenotypic
b.phenotypic/genotypic
c.recessive/dominant
d.dominant/recessive
e.genotypic/recessive

Knowing that the gene for widow's peak is dominant, if two heterozygous individuals have a child, what is the phenotypic ratio for their crossing?

In crossing two heterozygous parents, what are the chances(percentage) for a pure recessive offspring?

If an Albino woman is married to a man with normal coloring and they have an albino child, what is the genotype of a man?

a.homozygous dominant
b.heterozygous recessive
d.sex-linked
e.none
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