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Q: The genotype regulates the enzymes present in an organism. True False
A: 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. ] ]
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User: The genotype regulates the enzymes present in an organism. True False

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. ] ]
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: 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
IfNotSo|Points 7291|

User: Height, hair color, eye color, and intelligence are traits passed on by _____. genes chromosomes RNA

User: Chromosomes other than sex chromosomes are autosomes. True False

User: Ribosomal RNA is produced in the cytoplasm. True False

Weegy: This is True.
OxTornado007|Points 6709|

User: If only a single member of a pair of chromosomes is present in a cell, it is a _____ condition and is most likely a _____ cell. diploid; reproductive haploid; reproductive haploid; autosome diploid; autosome

Weegy: B. haploid; reproductive
vrtrooper89|Points 264|

User: A major unit of the genetic code is called a(n) _____. chromosome genome RNA gamete

Weegy: a.chromosome
MoStWaNteD|Points 2641|

User: Regulating the manufacture of _____ is the function of RNA. protein cells energy

Weegy: The function of RNA is to regulate the manufacture of a. protein.
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: Carrying the genetic code and determining an organism's structure and function are the functions of _____. DNA RNA

Weegy: This is a function of a. DNA.
Jackattackk|Points 35|

User: A gene is a subunit of information on a chromosome. True False

Weegy: false
animemisa|Points 137|

User: Genes that are linked together _____. combine to form traits result in incomplete chromosomes form dominant traits are found on a particular chromosome

Weegy: Genes that are linked together are A combined to form traits.
falloutgirl19|Points 751|

User: If the parent genotypes are Aa and Aa, the offspring are expected to be _____. 1/2 AA and 1/2 aa all Aa 1/4 AA, 1/2 Aa, 1/4 aa 3/4 AA and 1/4 aa

User: When neither gene in a genotype pair is dominant and neither gene is recessive, the genes are said to be _____. multiple alleles incomplete dominant alleles incomplete alleles

Weegy: Incomplete dominant alleles
shifa saleheen|Points 9950|

User: A TT genotype is said to be _____. homozygous heterozygous dihybrid

Weegy: A TT genotype is said to be HOMOZYGOUS.



User: Gregor Mendel is considered the Father of _____. Heredity DNA Genetics Inheritance

Weegy: Gregor Mendel is considered the Father of C.Genetics
jeifunk|Points 8776|

User: The principle of _____ suggests that a plant with the genotype Tt will display a tall phenotype. incomplete dominance codominant dominance segregation

Weegy: The principle of dominance
ash 26|Points 50|

User: In considering the cross YyRr x YyRr, the genotype ratio is YYRR:2YYRr:2Yyrr:4YyRr:YYrr:2YyRR:yyRR:yyRr:yyrr. True False

User: Each P1 parent of a monohybrid cross has completely identical genes. True False

Weegy: false
theAsianEinstein|Points 10|

User: In sexual reproduction, offspring are similar to their parents, but unique as well. True False

User: In the cross BB x bb, the percent of offspring in the F1 generation that will have the same genotype as one of their parents is _____. 100% 50% 25% 0%

Weegy: 50
celicamendoza|Points 20|

User: Different forms of a given gene are known as _____. alleles chromosomes recessives dominants

Weegy: Different forms of a given gene are known as A. alleles.
elgiant|Points 481|

User: Genes that carry contrasting inheritance factors are called _____. heterozygotes homozygotes alleles

Weegy: The answer is A. heterozygotes
selymi|Points 10076|

User: A gene for flower color can have multiple alleles like purple, white, or red. True False

Weegy: That's absolutely true
spyderman|Points 651|

User: In considering the cross YyRr x YyRr, the phenotype ratios of the F2 generation will be _____. 1:3:1 3:1 9:3:3:1 4:1

Weegy: If YyRr x YyRr represents a cross of the F1, [ then: 9 will show the Y and R phenotypes. 3 will show the Y and rr phenotypes. 3 will show the yy and R phenotypes. 1 will show the yyrr phenotype. This can be done by Punnett square or demonstrated by the fact that a dihybrid cross always shows 9 that are dominant for both, 3 that are dominant for the first and recessive for the second, 3 that are the other way around, and 1 that is recessive for both. ]
wisbest|Points 1868|

User: In a dihybrid cross, round (RR), yellow (YY) seeds were crossed with wrinkled (rr), green (yy) seeds. What were the phenotypes of the F1 generation? all round and yellow all wrinkled and green half round and yellow; half wrinkled and green 3:1 (round and yellow to wrinkled and green)

Weegy: Organisms in this initial cross are called the parental, or P generation. A.all round and yellow The offspring of the RRYY x rryy cross, which is called the F1 generation, were all heterozygous plants with round, yellow seeds and the genotype RrYy.
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: The F2 generation phenotypes resulting from the monohybrid cross of purebreds display a ratio of _____. 4:1 2:1 3:1 none of the above

Weegy: C. 3:1
debnjerry|Points 44168|

User: Mendel's principle of segregation implies that the two members of an allelic pair of genes _____. are distributed to separate gametes may contaminate one another are associated dependently, depending on all other genes are segregated pair-wise

Weegy: a.are distributed to separate gametes
mordred|Points 2565|

User: Someone who has the blood type AB had parents with _____ genes. incomplete dominant codominant heterozygous homozygous

Weegy: b.codominant
myrene|Points 25|

User: A family has seven sons. The chance that their eighth child will be a daughter is _____. one chance in seven one chance in eight one chance in two practically none

Weegy: one chance in eight
esorense|Points 160|

User: The probability that both of two tossed coins will come down heads is _____. 1/4 1/8 1/16

Weegy: A. 1/4 If you are satisfied with my answer, please click Good.
WNC|Points 10083|

User: Suppose you have monohybrid snapdragons in your garden and you find that they produce red seeds to white seeds in the ratio of 3:1. If the alleles are designated R (red seeds) and r (white seeds), what are the probable genotypes of the snapdragons in your garden? RR and Rr RR only RR and rr Rr only rr only

Weegy: ANswer is RR and Rr
spyderman|Points 651|

User: Which cross will yield four phenotypes in the 1:1:1:1 ratio? rryy x rryy RrYy x rryy RrYy x RrYy RRYY x rryy

Weegy: The answer is B. RrYy x rryy ; It's (B). [ [ The Punnett square is a 4x1: _____RY_____Ry_____rY_____ry___ ry____?_______?_____?______?_____ If you fill it out, you'll see 4 different phenotypes... [(A) produces a 1:0 phenotypic ratio] /question/index?qid=20110408080139AA7GkrQ ] ]
bubulizzz|Points 354|

User: Suppose you have monohybrid snapdragons in your garden and you find that they produce red seeds to white seeds in the ratio of 3:1. If the alleles are designated R (red seeds) and r (white seeds), what are the probable phenotypes of the parents (P1)? all red all white half red and half white unable to determine

Weegy: ANswer is RR and Rr
spyderman|Points 651|

User: A gene is a subunit of information on a chromosome. True False

Weegy: false
animemisa|Points 137|

User: The genotype regulates the enzymes present in an organism. True False

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. ] ]
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: Ribosomal RNA is produced in the cytoplasm. True False

Weegy: This is True.
OxTornado007|Points 6709|

User: "Survival of the fittest" is the theme for natural selection. True False

User: Analogous structures _____. result from evolution in a similar environment indicate a common ancestor exists between two organisms are features which organisms still have but no longer use develop when a mutation occurs in the DNA of an organism

Weegy: Analogous structures _____. result from evolution in a similar environment
selymi|Points 10076|

User: Genetic drift _____. is a predictable event increases genetic differences between populations happens when random events change the genotype of a population happens when well-adapted organisms survive and reproduce more often than poorly-adapted organisms

Weegy: The answer is a.is a predictable event
Heather71|Points 1705|

User: Evolution _____. happens very quickly happens on a genetic level happens whenever an organism changes is the same as growth and metamorphosis

Weegy: Evolution happens on a genetic level.
ramkitten|Points 7315|

User: The base or root of a phylogenetic tree is where a population either becomes extinct or is currently living today. True False

Weegy: The answer to your questions is true
BlazeTech|Points 110|

User: Which of the following is an example of gene flow? A forest fire kills 50% of red-spotted chipmunks in a forest community. Pollen from a yellow daisy travels across a stream and pollinates an orange daisy. A bird with blue feathers is less camouflaged in the rainforest than a bird with green feathers. Mice with heavy coats are able to survive the winter better than mice with thin coats.

Weegy: D. Mice with heavy coats are able to survive the winter better than mice with thin coats.
Controler|Points 3928|

User: Fossils _____. disprove evolution form whenever an organism dies can only form when organisms are buried alive support evolution because they show changes in an organism's structure

Weegy: Fossils support evolution because they show changes in an organism's structure.
jolito098|Points 353|

User: Charles Darwin's thoughts on evolution would correspond to punctuated equilibrium. True False

Weegy: True.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: A species is a group of organisms that _____. share identical genetic characteristics can produce offspring look exactly alike

Weegy: A species is a group of organisms that can produce offspring. Source:
sdibiase|Points 80|

User: Can a mutation be beneficial to an organism? No, because any change to existing DNA is harmful. No, because mutations are caused by exposure to harmful radiation. Yes, because a mutation can help an organism survive in a particular environment. Yes, because a mutation can give an organism what it needs to survive.

Weegy: A mutation can be beneficial if it allows an organism to survive in a changing environment
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: Dr. Wilson is analyzing the similarities between the wing of a bat and the arm of a monkey. He is using _____. comparative embryology comparative morphology the fossil record vestigial features

Weegy: comparative morphology
Saswata Bhattacharya|Points 134|

User: Evolution occurs slowly. True False

User: A population of short-finned fish and a population of long-finned fish live in a lake. Fish with long fins swim faster than fish with short fins, which means they escape predators more often. According to natural selection, which of the following will happen over time? The number of long-finned fish will increase. The number of long-finned fish will decrease. The number of short-finned fish will increase. The number of short-finned fish will not change.

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