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One characteristic of polynucleotides is that they: a. do not self-replicate c. form sugars b. act as enzymes d. serve as a template
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Which of the following are shown in a karyotype? a. homologous chromosomes c. autosomes b. sex chromosomes d. all of the above
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All of the above. The following are shown in a karyotype: Homologous chromosomes, autosomes, and sex chromosomes.

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Which of the following is NOT a type of inheritance pattern? a. Co-dominance c. Incomplete dominance b. Segregated dominance d. Polygenic traits
Weegy: Types of inheritance are:Single-locus inheritance,Dominant-recessive,Intermediate,Co-dominant, Sex-limited,and Sex-linked. [ More complex inheritance includes Modifier genes, Polygenic additive, Threshold traits,Variable expression, Incomplete penetrance, Polygenic recessive or dominant and Mixed polygenic. Polygenic traits are those expressed by inheritance. - See more at: ] (More)
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Which of the following information CANNOT be obtained from the Human Genome Project? a. causes of genetic disorders b. amino acid sequences of human proteins c. locations of genes on chromosomes d. whether an allele is dominant or recessive
Weegy: Which of the following information CANNOT be obtained from the Human Genome Project? d. whether an allele is dominant or recessive (More)
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Before scientists can manipulate DNA they must first do a DNA extraction. What is done during this process? a. pieces of DNA are separated by size c. DNA is pulled out of the nucleus b. an enzyme cuts the DNA into pieces d. multiple copies of the DNA are made
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Before scientists can manipulate DNA they must first do a DNA extraction. What is done during this process? c. DNA is pulled out of the nucleus
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