A&P Lab quiz 1 (5)

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A&P Lab quiz 1 (5)
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2015-09-05 01:10:47
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  1. a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of most living cells, carrying genetic information in the form of genes.
    Chromosome
  2. Transmits information that are coded in segments of DNA in chromosomes
    gene
  3. These local genes, may exist in variant forms called,
    allele
  4. Homologous chromosomes posses the same gene at the same,
    locus
  5. If a person possess two identical alleles, the person is
    homozygous
  6. If a person possess two different particular traits
    heterozygous
  7. The particular combination of these gene variants (alleles) represent's a person's....
    genotype
  8. The appearance or physical manifestation of the individual that develops as a result of the way the genes are expressed, represents the person's...
    phenotype
  9. If one allele determines the phenotype by masking the expression of the other allele in a heterozygous individual, the allele is termed..
    dominant
  10. The allele whose expression id masked
    recessive
  11. (of a cell or nucleus) containing two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent.
    diploid

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