Genetics - Mendelian Genetics

Genetics - Mendelian Genetics

An organism's expressed physical trait, such as seed color or pod shape, is called its...
phenotype
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An organism that has two different alleles for a single trait is said to be _____ for that trait.
heterozygous
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Mendel referred to the parental generation in the cross pollination between two true-breeding plants as the ___ generation.
P
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In the cross-pollination between a true-breeding yellow pod plant and a true-breeding green pod plant, where green pod color is dominant, the resulting offspring (F1 generation) will be...
all Green
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If the green F1 plants from the previous example are allowed to self-pollinate, the resulting offspring (F2 generation) will be...
1/4 Yellow, 3/4 Green
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In a cross between a green F1 plant from the previous example and another green pod colored plant with an unknown genotype, the resulting offspring (F2 generation) were all green. What is the genotype of the unknown plant?
GG
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In a dihybrid cross, the expected ratio in the F2 generation is..
9:3:3:1
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An organism that has two different alleles for a single trait is said to be _____ for that trait.

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heterozygous

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Mendel referred to the parental generation in the cross pollination between two true-breeding plants as the ___ generation.

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In the cross-pollination between a true-breeding yellow pod plant and a true-breeding green pod plant, where green pod color is dominant, the resulting offspring (F1 generation) will be...

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Card 5

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If the green F1 plants from the previous example are allowed to self-pollinate, the resulting offspring (F2 generation) will be...

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