$100 Question from H1 Mendel became known as what?
$100 Answer from H1 “The Father of Genetics”
$200 Question from H1 What was Mendel’s occupation?
$200 Answer from H1 A gardener in an Austrian monastery
$300 Question from H1 What was the color of the dominant flowering pea plants in Mendel’s experiments?
$300 Answer from H1 Purple
$400 Question from H1 What two terms for traits did Mendel develop?
$400 Answer from H1 Dominant and Recessive
$500 Question from H1 To begin his experiments, Mendel made sure he had these kinds of plants
$500 Answer from H1 Purebreds
$100 Question from H2 Genetic make-up of an organism
$100 Answer from H2 Genotype
$200 Question from H2 Different forms of a gene
$200 Answer from H2 Alleles
$300 Question from H2 An organism with different alleles for one trait
$300 Answer from H2 Hybrid
$400 Question from H2 Is covered up when the dominant form is present
$400 Answer from H2 Recessive allele
$500 Question from H2 Two alleles which are the same for a trait
$500 Answer from H2 Homozygous
$100 Question from H3 Each parent contributes this number of allele(s) for each trait
$100 Answer from H3 One
$200 Question from H3 An offspring which receives no dominant alleles will have this phenotype
$200 Answer from H3 The recessive form
$300 Question from H3 A Punnett square shows what?
$300 Answer from H3 All possible combinations of offspring
$400 Question from H3 If both parents of an offspring are hybrid, what is the probability that the offspring will have the dominant trait?
$400 Answer from H3 100%
$500 Question from H3 What is the probability that an offspring will be affected by the recessive disorder?
$500 Answer from H3 1:4 or 25%
$100 Question from H4 A change or error in a gene causes this
$100 Answer from H4 A mutation
$200 Question from H4 A chart used to follow a trait through generations of a family
$200 Answer from H4 Pedigree
$300 Question from H4 A trait that is controlled by multiple alleles can produce how many phenotypes of a trait?
$300 Answer from H4 More than 3 different phenotypes
$400 Question from H4 Occurs when several gene pairs work together to produce a trait such as eye color
$400 Answer from H4 Polygenic inheritance
$500 Question from H4 KEY Black = affected Blue = unaffected White = Carrier 1 2 3 Why is 1offspring in the 3 rd generation affected?
$500 Answer from H4 Both parents were carriers and provided the recessive affected allele
$100 Question from H5 Down syndrome is an example of what?
$100 Answer from H5 A chromosome disorder
$200 Question from H5 Alleles which are neither dominant nor recessive
$200 Answer from H5 Co-dominance or Incomplete dominance
$300 Question from H5 Manipulating the arrangement of DNA that makes up a gene
$300 Answer from H5 Genetic engineering
$400 Question from H5 Why are heterozygous individuals called carriers for non-sex linked recessive patterns of inheritance?
$400 Answer from H5 They carry the recessive allele but are not affected by it.
$500 Question from H5 What is the probability that an offspring will have green eyes? R = dominant red eyes r = recessive green eyes
$500 Answer from H5 No chance - 0%
Final Jeopardy One dog carries heterozygous, black-fur traits (Bb), and its mate carries homozygous, blonde fur traits (bb). Using a Punnett square, determine the probability of their puppies having black fur.