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Title: Instructions for using this template.


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Instructions for using this template.
  • Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have
    written Answer this is the prompt the students
    will see, and where I have Question should be
    the students response.
  • To enter your questions and answers, click once
    on the text on the slide, then highlight and just
    type over whats there to replace it. If you hit
    Delete or Backspace, it sometimes makes the text
    box disappear.
  • When clicking on the slide to move to the next
    appropriate slide, be sure you see the hand, not
    the arrow. (If you put your cursor over a text
    box, it will be an arrow and WILL NOT take you to
    the right location.)

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Jeopardy
Choose a category. You will be given the
answer. You must give the correct question.
Click to begin.
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Choose a point value.
Choose a point value.
Click here for Final Jeopardy
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Sex-Linked Traits
Co-Dominance/ Incomplete Dominance
Genetic Disorders
Grab Bag
Blood
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Which Blood Type is the Universal Donor?
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Type O-
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Can someone with A blood be given A- blood? Why?
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Yes, A- blood does not have the Rh factor, so it
has less than A, less is more
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If a blood type has A and B antigens and an Rh
factor present, but no antibodies, it is _______.
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AB
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List the blood types that AB- can safely receive.
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AB-, A-, B-, O-
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In the picture, which numbered slide shows type
B blood?
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Slide 2
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Most sex-linked genes are located on ____________.
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X Chromosome
17
Would a woman with the genotype below have
muscular dystrophy? XRXr
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No, Carrier
19
In fruit flies, if eye color is a sex-linked
trait, and red is dominant to white, what is the
sex and eye color of the following fly? XRY
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Male, Red
21
In fruit flies, if eye color is a sex-linked
trait, and red is dominant to white, what are the
genotypes of a red eyed female (heterozygous) and
a red eyed male.
22
XRXr and XRY
23
In fruit flies, if eye color is a sex-linked
trait, and red is dominant to white, what is the
genotypic ratio of the offspring (include gender
and eye color) of a white female fly and a red
male fly?
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Red-Eyed Female 1 White-Eyed Male 1
25
What are chromosome pairs 1-22 in a karotype
called?
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autosomal
27
What is an example of a way a pedigree can be
used?
28
Show how a trait is passed from one generation to
the other, Determine whether allele is dominant
or recessive, Determine whether a trait is
inherited.
29
This process allows for cell growth and repair.
30
Mitosis
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What are the components of a nucleotide in DNA?
32
A base, sugar, and phosphate group
33
In summer squash, white fruit color (W) is
dominant over yellow fruit color (w) and
disk-shaped fruit (D) is dominant over
sphere-shaped fruit (d).. If a squash plant
true-breeding for white, disk-shaped fruit is
crossed with a plant true-breeding for yellow,
sphere-shaped fruit, what will the genotypic
ratios be for the F1 generation?
34
WwDd 10
35
A red and a white snapdragon are cross pollinated
and have a pink offspring. What type of dominance
pattern is this?
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Incomplete Dominance
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Blood typing is an example of what dominance
pattern?
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Co-dominance
39
What are the genotypes of a purple flower and a
red flower if experiencing an incomplete
dominance pattern?
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RB X RR
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If crossing a purple flower and a blue flower,
what would the phenotypic ratio of the offspring
be in an incomplete dominance pattern?
42
Purple blue 11 or 22
43
If a red hen (homozygous) and a white hen
reproduce and a co-dominance pattern occurs, what
would be the cross and how many red hens would be
produced?
44
HRHR x HrHr Red not red 04
45
The failure of chromosomes to separate during
meiosis is called ___________.
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nondisjunction
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Disorder with excessive mucus in lungs and
digestive tract
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Cystic Fibrosis
49
Is Huntingtons a dominant, recessive, or
codominant trait?
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Dominant
51
Colorblindness is more common in males than
females. Why?
52
The allele for colorblindness is recessive and
located on the X chromosome
53
Which disorder has a symptom of lack of pigment
in hair, skin, and eyes? Is this disorder
codominant, dominant, or recessive?
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Albinism, Recessive
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Final Jeopardy
Make your wager
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Final Answer
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Final Question
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