Our body is made up of millions of cells, and each cell has chromosomes within it. Different chromosomes perform different tasks, and it is important to ensure that you know these chromosomes and how they form a person’s DNA. Think that you know a lot? Well, take up this test on cells and chromosomes to see just how much you know. All the best!
They are gametes that are formed by the same parent.
Chromosomes that code for the same traits.
Genetic material that needs to be copied before meiosis can begin.
A reproductive cell in females
A reproductive cell in males
The first phase in interphase
A cellular organelle
A reproductive cell
A condition of having twice as many chromosomes
A condition of having half as many chromosomes
A condition of being sick
The chromosomes that are lining up in the middle of the cell in Meiosis 1 are homologus pairs.
During metaphase in Meiosis 1, the chromosomes are already splitting away from each other.
During meiosis 1 the nuclear membrane is still intact.
Phenotypic ratio 2:2
Genotypic ratio 2:2
Phenotypic ratio 1:3
Genotypic ratio 1:3
Phenotypic ratio 1:2:1
Genotypic ratio 1:2:1
All four of the offspring will have the dominant phenotype
One will have the dominant phenotype and three will have the recessive
Two will show the dominant phenotype and two the recessive
One will have the recessive phenotype and three the dominant
Principle of dominance
Principle of independent assortment
Principle of probabilities
Principle of segregation
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