Monohybrid Cross

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Higher Biology - Unit Two - Monohybrid Cross
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  1. What is a monohybrid cross?
    A cross between two true-breeding parents which differ by one respect
  2. What type of variation did Gregor Mendel's crosses with peas show?
    Discontinuous variation
  3. What is the phenotypic ratio always produced in a monohybrid cross?
    3 : 1
  4. Why is the exact phenotypic ratio, in a monohybrid cross, rarely produced?
    As fertilisation is a random process involving an element of chance
  5. The "Principle of Segregation" states that the alles of a gene exist in pairs but when gametes are formed the members of each pair pass into _______ gametes?
    different
  6. What is Incomplete dominance?
    When one allele of a gene is not completely dominant over the other allele
  7. What is a backcross?
    Crossing an organism with an unknown genetype with an organism showing the recessive characteristics and examining the offspring
  8. What must be the geneotype of parent Y?

    Y x tt

    all Tt
    TT
  9. What must be the genotype of parent Y?

    Y x tt

    Tt : tt (simplified ratio)
    Tt

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