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If the sperm gamete that fertilizes an egg has a(n) _____ chromosome, it will form male offspring. A. X
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User: If the sperm gamete that fertilizes an egg has a(n) _____ chromosome, it will form male offspring. A. X

Weegy: Y
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User: Mendel's principle of dominance suggests a_______gene will always be masked by the presence of a_______gene

Weegy: recessive and dominant
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User: Conducting a monohybrid cross of F1 generation plants, the recessive trait reappears in F2 plants in a ratio of _____.

Weegy: b.) 2:1
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User: You can physically see the_______of a trait, but not the_______

User: You can physically see the_______of a trait, but not the_______ A. Genotype

Weegy: You can physically see the phenotype, but not the genotype.
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User: A plant with the genotype TT is called _____.

User: A plant with the genotype TT is called _____. A.homozygous B.heterozygous C.hybrid

Weegy: The answer is A.
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User: You have a plant with yellow seeds, which express a dominant phenotype. How would you determine the plant's genotype?

Weegy: You should test cross with a purebread homozygous recessive plant. Because your plant is Yy (heterozygous) or YY (homozygous dominant), cross testing it with a yy will get you an answer. [ If you get all yellow phenotypes then the genotype for the plant in question will be homozygous dominant (YY) since crossing a YY with a yy will only lead you to Yy (Heterozygous) yellow plants. If you get any plants with the recessive trait then the plant in question MUST be Yy since only crossing a Yy with a yy will you get a plant that is homozygous recessive ]
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User: You have a plant with yellow seeds, which express a dominant phenotype. How would you determine the plant's genotype? A.Conduct a Punnett square with a purebred recessive plant.

Weegy: You should test cross with a purebread homozygous recessive plant. Because your plant is Yy (heterozygous) or YY (homozygous dominant), cross testing it with a yy will get you an answer. [ If you get all yellow phenotypes then the genotype for the plant in question will be homozygous dominant (YY) since crossing a YY with a yy will only lead you to Yy (Heterozygous) yellow plants. If you get any plants with the recessive trait then the plant in question MUST be Yy since only crossing a Yy with a yy will you get a plant that is homozygous recessive ]
goldenlight|Points 5216|

User: You have a plant with yellow seeds, which express a dominant phenotype. How would you determine the plant's genotype?

Weegy: You should test cross with a purebread homozygous recessive plant. Because your plant is Yy (heterozygous) or YY (homozygous dominant), cross testing it with a yy will get you an answer. [ If you get all yellow phenotypes then the genotype for the plant in question will be homozygous dominant (YY) since crossing a YY with a yy will only lead you to Yy (Heterozygous) yellow plants. If you get any plants with the recessive trait then the plant in question MUST be Yy since only crossing a Yy with a yy will you get a plant that is homozygous recessive ]
goldenlight|Points 5216|

User: You have a plant with yellow seeds, which express a dominant phenotype. How would you determine the plant's genotype? A.Conduct a Punnett square with a purebred recessive plant. B.Conduct a test cross with a purebred recessive plant. C. Conduct a test cross with a purebred dominant plant D.Conduct a test cross with a hybrid plant.

Weegy: The answer is D.
CamillaVilla|Points 0|

User: A Tt plant crossed with a Tt plant will have a 25% chance of having a tt offspring each time they reproduce. True or False

Weegy: True The outcomes are: TT Tt Tt and tt. [smile]
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User: Which of the following is the correct matching nucleotide sequence for CTAGG?

User: DNA _____. a.cannot determine behavior traits B.is enclosed by a nuclear membrane in prokaryotes C.contains coded information for the creation of proteins D.is a long, single chain of nucleotides

User: Select all that apply. Chromosomes _____. are tight coils of DNA are caalways occur in pairs rried on genes can be analyzed in a karyotype carry thousands of genes

Weegy: Chromosomes are tight coils of DNA are carried on genes always occur in pairs, carry thousands of genes
Expert answered|may100|Points 1968|

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