1. What is complete dominance?
- Where a dominant allele is expressed over a recessive allele
- Where neither allele is dominant
- Where none of the offspring produced show dominant alleles
- Where a gene only has one allele
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2. What is the null hypothesis?
- Observed and expected ratios are always the same
- There is no significant difference between observed and expected ratios
- There is a large difference between observed and expected ratios
- Variation does not exist
3. What are unlinked genes?
- A type of cell
- An alternate form of a gene
- Where multiple factors are observed at once
- Where parents and offspring have a different genotype
4. What ratio does complete dominance give?
5. What is incomplete dominance?
- Where neither allele is dominant or recessive but they give codominance
- A type of mutation
- Where one allele is dominant and overshadows the recessive allele
- Where all offspring are the same