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  1. AP Biology Exam ReviewPut Your Knowledge to the Test Enter the Game How to play

  2. How This Works • Read the Question • Click on the button of the right answer • If you are wrong you go back to the start, if you answer correctly, you move on. **Click on the buttons only, not the page*** Enter the Game

  3. Genetics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

  4. Genetics Continued 25 26 27 28 29 35 30 31 32 33 34

  5. 1. What are Mendel’s Laws? A Law of Segregation B Law of Independent assortment C Both Law of Segregation and Law of Independent Assortment

  6. Nope! Try Again BACK TO QUESTION

  7. Right!!!!!!!! • Both the Law of Segregation and the Law of Independent Assortment are included in Mendel’s Law • The Law of Segregation states that each allele segregates separately. One of each homologous chromosomes goes to each new cell. • The Law of Independent Assortment states that in a dihybrid cross, each trait is independent of the other. BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  8. 2. What is a Locus? A The copied strand of the chromosome. B Exact location on a chromosome where a gene is located. C The offspring generation

  9. Wrong! Try Again BACK TO QUESTION

  10. Right!!!!!!!! • A locus is the exact location on a chromosome where a gene is located BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  11. 3. What is progeny? A The offspring generation B The parent generation C A sex influenced trait

  12. SORRY, Try again! BACK TO QUESTION

  13. RIGHT! • Progeny is the offspring generation of a test cross BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  14. 4. What is a homologous pair? A Every cell contains two copies of each chromosome B The chromosome and its copy C The original pair of chromosomes

  15. Wrong Answer! BACK TO QUESTION

  16. ***RIGHT*** • In a homologous pair, every cell contains two copies of each chromosome BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  17. 5. Define an x-inactivation A A genetic defect on the x chromosome B The x chromosome replicates uncontrollable C One of the x chromosomes does not uncoil into chromatin, it becomes a barr body instead.

  18. TRY AGAIN BACK TO QUESTION

  19. CORRECT • X-inactivation is when one of the x chromosomes does not uncoil into chromatin and becomes a barr body instead BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  20. 6. What is a test cross? A A cross between any two pair of alleles to find the progeny When you are trying to figure out what the make up of the allele is, A_ (either A or a), and you cross it with a pure recessive allele B C A test between progeny to find the parent generation

  21. Sorry, try again BACK TO QUESTION

  22. Yeah!! • A test cross is when you are trying to figure out what the make up of the allele is, A_ (either A or a), and you cross it with a pure recessive allele BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  23. 7. In the genus Homo sapien, who is the heterogametic sex? A Female B Either sex could be the heterogametic sex C Male

  24. WRONG! BACK TO QUESTION

  25. ~RIGHT~ • In the genus Homo sapien, the male is the heterogametic sex BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  26. 8. In the genus Homo sapien, who is the homogametic sex? A Female B Male C Either sex could be the homogametic sex

  27. NOPE, TRY AGAIN! BACK TO QUESTION

  28. ALRIGHT! • In the genus Homo sapien, the female is the homogametic sex BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  29. 9. What is the genotype of the blood type A? A AA and AB B AB and AO C AA and AO

  30. Sorry, wrong answer BACK TO QUESTION

  31. RIGHT!! • The genotype of blood type A is AA or AO BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  32. 10. What is the genotype of the blood type B? A BB and BO B BB and AB C AB and BO

  33. WRONG BACK TO QUESTION

  34. YEP! • The genotype for blood type B is BO or BB BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  35. 11. What is the genotype of the blood type AB? A AB and AO B AB C AA and AB

  36. ~TRY AGAIN~ BACK TO QUESTION

  37. ***RIGHT*** • The genotype for blood type AB is AB BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  38. 12. What is the genotype of the blood type O? A OO and BO B OO C AO and OO

  39. Try Again! BACK TO QUESTION

  40. CORRECT!!!! • The Genotype for blood type O is OO BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  41. 13. What is pleiotrophy? A An inactive gene B A single gene which has multiple effects C A recessive gene that shows in the phenotype

  42. Wrong, try again BACK TO QUESTION

  43. RIGHT • Pleiotrophy is a single gene which has multiple effects • An example would be Siamese cats BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  44. 14. What is epistasis? A A gene that expressed in the genotype but not shown in the phenotype B A gene which effects multiple characteristics C Two recessive genes which cause dominance not to show

  45. Go Back and Try Again! BACK TO QUESTION

  46. You’re Right!!! • An epistasis is two recessive genes that cause dominance not to show • An example would be snapdragons BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  47. 15. What is polygenic inheritance? A A single gene which has multiple effects B A gene which shows no characteristics C A dominant trait that is not expressed

  48. Nope, try again BACK TO QUESTION

  49. RIGHT!!! • Polygenic Inheritance is a single gene which has multiple effects • An example would be in skin color and height BACK TO GENETICS PAGE

  50. 16. An environmentally produced phenotype that stimulates the effects of a particular gene is called: A Genetic Drift B Industrial Melanism C A Phenocopy