Biology Phenotype Phenotype Questions

  1. When a parent who has two dominant alleles for a trait is crossed with a parent with two recessive alleles for a trait, the offspring will:

(remember homozygous means two of the same alleles and heterozygous means two different alleles)

  1. All offspring will have one dominant allele and one recessive allele.
  2. All offspring will have the recessive allele.
  3. All offspring will have the dominant allele.
  4. When a parent who is heterozgyous for a trait is crossed with a parent who is homozygous recessive for a trait, the offspring will:

(remember homozygous means two of the same alleles and heterozygous means two different alleles)

  1. be all homozygous recessive
  2. be all heterozygous
  3. be all homozygous dominant
  4. be half heterozygous and half homozygous recessive

 

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  1. When a parent who is heterozgyous for a trait is crossed with a parent who is homozygous dominant for a trait, the offspring will:

(remember homozygous means two of the same alleles and heterozygous means two different alleles)

  1. all have the recessive phenotype
  2. all have the dominant phenotype
  3. have half the dominant phenotype and half the recessive phenotype

 

  1. When a parent who is heterozgyous for a trait is crossed with a parent who is heterozygous for a trait, the offspring will:

(remember homozygous means two of the same alleles and heterozygous means two different alleles)

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