1. What is incomplete dominance?
- Where all offspring are the same
- A type of mutation
- Where neither allele is dominant or recessive but they give codominance
- Where one allele is dominant and overshadows the recessive allele
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2. What is an oncogene?
- The gene that determines the sex of an individual
- A gene that has the potential to cause cancer
- One portion of a chromosome
- A change in the number of chromosomes
3. What ratio does incomplete dominance give?
4. What is sex linkage?
- Where genes occur on the same chromosome as the sex chromosome
- The physical description of alleles
- An example of dihybrid genetics
- A type of gamete
5. What is aneuploidy?
- Deletion of a nucleotide base in a DNA sequence
- A change in the number of chromosomes that can cause a mutation
- A change in the base sequence of DNA
- A change in the structure of chromosomes that can cause a mutation