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Title: Welcome to Jeopardy! Today


1
Welcome to Jeopardy! Todays Topic Genetics
  • With your Favorite Host
  • Ms. Ings

2
If a boy is colorblind, he inherited it from
  • A) His mother
  • B) His father
  • C) Both his mother and father
  • D) Unable to determine

3
Your phenotype is based on
  • A) Your DNA
  • B) Your Genotype
  • C) Your Environment
  • D) Both DNA and Environment

4
If you crossed two heterozygous individuals,
their offspring would have
  • A) 0 Homozygous recessive
  • B) 25 Heterozygous
  • C) 75 Dominant Phenotype
  • D) 50 Recessive Phenotype

5
Independent assortment and crossing over increase
  • A) The number of offspring
  • B) Genetic Linkage
  • C) Sex-linked traits
  • D) Genetic Diversity

6
Genes located on the X or Y chromosomes are
referred to as
  • A) Alleles
  • B) Recessive
  • C) Sex-linked
  • D) Autosomal

7
A Red flower is crossed with a white flower, the
offspring are pink, this is an example of
  • A) Co-Dominance
  • B) Incomplete Dominance
  • C) Sex-linked
  • D) Multiple Genes

8
Using this pedigree, individuals with the arrows
are
  • A) Heterozygous
  • B) Homozygous Dominant
  • C) Homozygous Recessive
  • D) Genotype unknown

9
For a female to have hemophilia, she must have
  • A) a Y chromosome
  • B) an inactivated allele
  • C) two recessive alleles
  • D) two dominant alleles

10
Roan cows are an example of
  • A) Co-Dominance
  • B) Incomplete Dominance
  • C) Sex-linked
  • D) Multiple Genes

11
Most human traits are
  • A) Dominant
  • B) Recessive
  • C) Either Dominant or Recessive
  • D) Complex and still not fully understood

12
Number 2 is
  • A) Homozygous dominant
  • B) Heterozygous
  • C) Sex-linked
  • D) Homozygous Recessive

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13
Two parents have the genotype Gg for a dominant
genetic disorder. What are the chances their
offspring will have the disorder?
  • A) 25
  • B) 50
  • C) 75
  • D) 100

14
An individual who is heterozygous for a ______
disorder is called a carrier.
  • A) Allele
  • B) Albinism
  • C) Recessive
  • D) Dominant

15
Seed color and pod size are examples of
  • A) Genotypes
  • B) Phenotypes
  • C) Heterozygous
  • D) Heredity

16
The alleles from your mother and father
separating into different gametes is seen in
  • A) Law of Dominance
  • B) Co-Dominance
  • C) Law of Independent Assortment
  • D) Law of Segregation

17
The ______ can only result in one _____.
  • A) Trait, Allele
  • B) Genotype, phenotype
  • C) Phenotype, Allele
  • D) Phenotype, Genotype

18
Both parents have widows peak. Their children
should have
  • A) All Widows peak
  • B) No Widows peak
  • C) Half widows peak and half no widows peak
  • D) Not enough information

19
F2F1 F1___
  • A) F2
  • B) P2
  • C) P
  • D) F1

20
This diagram demonstrates
  • A) Test Cross
  • B) Pedigree
  • C) Dihybrid Cross
  • D) Karyotype

21
II4 is what relation to III3?
  • A) Aunt
  • B) Father
  • C) Uncle
  • D) Nephew

22
For two heterozygous individuals the phenotype
ratio is _____ and the genotype ratio is _____.
  • A) 31, 121
  • B) 121, 22
  • C) 11, 31
  • D) 31, 22

23
If a family has 4 girls, what are the chances of
their next child being a boy?
  • A) 0
  • B) 25
  • C) 50
  • D) 100

24
Mendels discoveries came from his
  • A) Careful microscopic evaluation of chromosomes
    and genes
  • B) Dissections on how fertilization occurs in pea
    plants
  • C) Breeding experiments with many generations of
    fruit flies
  • D) Analysis of offspring from several crosses of
    pea plants

25
Alternate forms of a gene are called _______.
  • A) Traits
  • B) Alleles
  • C) Chromosomes
  • D) Heredity

26
Which of the following has a heterozygous
genotype?
  • A) RR
  • B) rr
  • C) Rr
  • D) Rg

27
Color blindness is recessive and sex linked. On
average there are more color blind males because
  • A. Women need two alleles to be colorblind
  • B. Men require two alleles to be colorblind
  • C. Women have two X chromosomes and it is
    inherited on the Y chromosome
  • D. Men are more likely due to chance

28
A man with hemophilia marries a woman that is a
carrier. What percent of their sons will have it?
  • A) 0
  • B) 25
  • C) 50
  • D) 100

29
Two roan cows are crossed. What are the
phenotype ratio of the offspring?
  • A) 31
  • B) 7525
  • C) 50 50
  • D) 121

30
BbRr x BbRr are crossed. What are the phenotype
ratio of the offspring?
  • A) 31
  • B) 121
  • C) 1111
  • D) 9331

31
What is the pattern of inheritance for this
pedigree?
  • A) Dominant
  • B) Recessive
  • C) Sex Linked
  • D) Cannot Determine

32
Parents, one heterozygous for two traits and the
other homozygous recessive for two traits,
produce_______ offspring that are homozygous
dominant for both traits
  • A) 100
  • B) 75
  • C) 25
  • D) 0

33
A pedigree cannot be used to
  • A) Determine whether a trait is inherited
  • B) Show how a trait is passed from one generation
    to next
  • C) Determine whether a trait is dominant or
    recessive
  • D) None of the above

34
If a girl is colorblind,
  • A) Her mother must be colorblind
  • B) Her father cannot be colorblind
  • C) Her mother cannot be colorblind
  • D) Her father is colorblind

35
Straight hair is recessive and curly hair is
dominant. In co-dominance, the heterozygous
condition would be
  • A) Curly
  • B) Straight
  • C) Wavy
  • D) Some straight hairs, some wavy hairs

36
Which of the following is a dominant trait?
  • A) Ability to taste PTC
  • B) Hitchhikers thumb
  • C) Cystic Fibrosis
  • D) Albinism

37
In a pedigree, a circle represents a
  • A) Child
  • B) Parent
  • C) Male
  • D) Female

38
When an organism has a heterozygous genotype, the
dominant trait is seen. This can be explained by
  • A) Law of Dominance
  • B) Law of Segregation
  • C) Law of Independent Assortment
  • D) Law of Combination of Traits

39
A person has a widows peak. All of the
following EXCEPT ____ can be the genotype.
  • A) WW
  • B) Ww
  • C) W_
  • D) ww

40
Mendel crossed the P generation and produced the
___ generation.
  • A) P
  • B) F1
  • C) F2
  • D) P2
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