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Vocabulary Quiz P2 On scantron write subject as Vocab P2 Created by sfalwell. Permission for teachers to use with link to http://comelearnmore.com/ http://comelearnmore.com/
1. The form of the gene that is “weaker” and can be hidden by another allele a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
2. The form of the gene that is “stronger” and appears more often a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
3. BB, Bb, and bb are examples a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
4. Being tall or short are examples a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
5.The genes or instructions for a trait a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
6. Is represented by letters a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
7. The expression of a gene a)Dominant b)Recessive c)Genotype d)Phenotype
8. Could look like the recessive trait a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
9. Would always look like the dominant trait a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
10. bb is an example a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
11. Bb is an example a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
12. BB is an example a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
13. BB would result in a _______ phenotype a)Dominant b)Recessive
14. Bb would result in a _______ phenotype a)Dominant b)Recessive
15. bb would result in a _______ phenotype a)Dominant b)Recessive
16. BB would result in a _______ genotype a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
17. Bb would result in a _______ genotype a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
18. bb would result in a _______ genotype a)Homozygous b)Heterozygous
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