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Test 2 Summer 2011 Form A

Test 2 Summer 2011 Form A

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Test 2 SCI 1102 Summer 2011

Form A



1-12. Matching: The following terms may be used once, more than once, or not at all. Place all answers on the answer grid. If you are uncertain about what to do concerning the double lettered answers, go back and read the directions on the cover sheet. a. cytoplasmic division b. motor protein ab. oocyte ac. haploidy c. somatic cell d. centromere e. diploidy

ad. gene locus ae. homozygous condition bc. probability bd. allele

be. polyploidy cd. none of these

1. A stretch of eukaryotic DNA looped twice around a spool of histone molecules. 2. A constricted area of a chromosome that has attachment sites for spindle microtubules during nuclear division. 3. Any body cell that is not a germ cell. 4. Cytokinesis; splitting of a parent cell into daughter cells. 5. A recurring pattern of genetically programmed events from the time individuals are produced until they themselves reproduce. 6. Presence of only half of the parental number of chromosomes in a spore or gamete, as brought about by meiosis. 7. Type of immature egg. 8. A gene's chromosomal location. 9. For a specified trait, having a pair of identical dominant or recessive alleles at a locus. 10. One of two or more molecular forms of a gene that arise by mutation and code for different versions of the same trait. 11. Having three or more of each type of chromosome in the nucleus of cells at interphase. 12. Animal cell of a lineage set aside for sexual reproduction; gives rise to gametes.
13. Why can males be considered a “genetic insurance policy”?

a. they add variety to the offspring’s genome b. they protect the female from predators c. they nurture the young d. they are strong e. none of these 14. What does DNA analysis tell us about the Tansk strain of DRTB? a. it is under control d. none of these b. it has lost its drug resistance genes c. it has spread to the USA

15. What dangerous animal lurks in ponds in the Pacific Northwest? a. alligators b. Anacondas c. Newts d. none of the above 1

16. (True or false: a = true and b = false). Parent cells must provide daughter cells with hereditary instructions, encoded in DNA, and enough metabolic machinery to start up their own operation. 17. Which of the following is not a role of mitosis? a. sexual reproduction b. growth c. cell replacement d. asexual reproduction 18. Which is the correct order of mitosis? I. prophase II. anaphase III. metaphase IV. telophase a. I, II, III, and IV. b. I, III,. II., and IV. c. IV, I, II, and III d. II, III, I, and IV. 19. Referring to question 18, in which phase(s) is( are) the nuclei haploid? a. I and III c. I, II, III, and IV d. none of these 20. Sexual reproduction involves and or produces: I. Meiosis II. Gamete production III. Fertilization IV. Genetic variety in the offspring a. I and II only b. II and III only c. I and III only d. I, II, III, and IV b. II and IV

21. In which phase(s) is (are) cells haploid? I. prophase I a. I only II. metaphase I b. I and II only III. telophase I c. III and IV only IV. metaphase II d. I, II, III, and IV

22 – 28. Problems 22. Which of the following genotypes would you not expect to find among the offspring of a SsYy x ssyy test cross: a. ssyy b. SsYy c. Ssyy d. ssYy e. SsYY

23. Following a SsYy x SsYy cross, what fraction of the offspring are predicted to have a genotype that is homozygous for both characteristics? a. 1/16 b. 2/16 c. 3/16 d. 4/16 e. none of these


Test 2 Spring 2011

Form A


24. In Holstein cattle the spotting of the coat is due to a recessive allele while the solid colored coat is
controlled by a dominant allele. What types of offspring might be produced by a cross between two spotted animals? a. Only solid coated e. none of these b. only spotted coated c. ¾ spotted; ¼ solid d. ¾ solid; ¼ spotted

25. What blood types are possible for the offspring of a mating between a male: type AB and a female: type B? a. type O b. type A c. type B d. type AB e. all of these except for type O

26. Women

have sex chromosomes of XX, and men have sex chromosomes of XY. Which of a man's grandparents could not be the source of any of the genes on his Y-chromosome? a. Father's Mother. b. Mother's Father. c. Father's Father. d. Mother's Mother, Mother's Father, and Father's Mother. e. Mother's Mother.

27. A red-green color blind male mates with a red-green color blind female. What percentage of their female offspring would likely be red-green color blind? Red-green color blindness is an X linked (sexlinked) recessive trait. a. 0 % b. 25 % c. 50% d. 75% e. 100%


28. What percentage of the offspring from a mating between a male and a female, both who are heterozygous for Huntington’s disease, would be predicted to be afflicted? Huntington’s is inherited

a. 0 % b. 25 % c. 50% d. 75% e. 100%

29. Which of the following syndromes is (are) related to a trisomy? a. Turner’s b. Fragile X c. Down’s d. Kleinfelter’s e. both c and d

30. Which of the following is (are) not a result of aneuploidy? a. Turner’s b. Fragile X c. Down’s d. Kleinfelter’s e. both c and d

31. The stage in which the diploid number of chromosomes is reduced to the haploid number is called: a. mitosis b. meiosis I c. cytokinesis d. meiosis II e. mitosis II

32. Apoptosis is often referred to as: a. mitosis b. meiosis c, cell suicide d. cytokinesis e. none of these

33. Which of the following is not inherited by the sex linkage (X inherited) mode? a. red-green color blindness e. all are X linked The End BE SURE TO PRINT YOUR NAME ON THE FIRST PAGE OF THIS TEST AND THE ANSWER GRID. Check to make sure that you have placed all of your answers on the answer grid. b. hemophilia c. fragile X d. Down’s syndrome


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