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To determine if a particular plant is homozygous or heterozygous, you would have to test cross with a _____ to make the check. a.homozygous recessive b.heterozygous dominant c.homozygous dominant d.purebred
Weegy: homozygous recessive. Thank you for your question User: The outward appearance of a particular trait is called the User: Each trait of a plant is determined by _____. an allele one gene a pair of genes one dominant gene Weegy: C. A pair of Genes User: A monohybrid cross is made between plants that _____. have experienced only one hybrid generation differ in only one trait are identical are self-pollinated Weegy: differ in only one trait User: A gene is a subunit of information on a chromosome. True or false? Weegy: false (More)
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Which statement correctly relates to DNA and RNA? RNA contains the genetic code. RNA reads and translates the DNA code. DNA reads and translates the RNA code. DNA synthesizes protein.
Weegy: B. RNA reads and translates DNA code User: Carrying the genetic code and determining an organism's structure and function are the functions of _____. DNA RNA (More)
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Do genotypes regulates the enzymes present in an organism.
Weegy: False. Mostly. The genotype refers to a gene which has one or more alleles. Alleles cause variation such as differences in hair colour, eye colour, height and most things. [ [ In terms of general human functions, enzyme types are pretty standard, and the number of enzymes is controlled by the pancreas/other enzyme-making organs. But if someone had a deficiency (ie diabetes), that can have genetic factors which inhibit enzyme activity. So in general no, except for when the genotype causes a disease. ] ] (More)
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