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Two pink-flowering plants are crossed. The offspring percentages are 25% red, 25% white and 50% pink. What are the expected genotypes of the offspring? A. 75% heterozygous, 25% homozygous
dominant B. all homozygous recessive C. all homozygous dominant D. 25% homozygous dominant, 25% heterozygous dominant, 50% heterozygous
B. all homozygous recessive.
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User: Two pink-flowering plants are crossed. The offspring percentages are 25% red, 25% white and 50% pink. What are the expected genotypes of the offspring? A. 75% heterozygous, 25% homozygous dominant B. all homozygous recessive C. all homozygous dominant D. 25% homozygous dominant, 25% heterozygous dominant, 50% heterozygous

Weegy: B. all homozygous recessive.
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User: 3' GCTTAGTCCG 5' Which of the following nucleotide base sequences complements the section of DNA modeled above? A. 5' GCTTAAGTCA 3' B. 5' CGTTAACGAG 3' C. 5' CGAATCAGGC 3' D. 5' TAGGCTGAAT 3'

Weegy: D. 3' GCTTAAGTCA 5'
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User: Given the mRNA sequence GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU what would happen if a nucleotide was added at the fourth location in the chain? A. deletion mutation B. substitution mutation C. frameshift mutation D. chromosomal mutation

User: The female with this karyotype would have which genetic disorder? A. Klinefelter's syndrome B. Turner's syndrome C. trisomy-21 D. no disorder

Weegy: Sir/Mada, The answer is letter "B. Turner's syndrome"
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User: Rosalind Franklin's x-ray diffraction images of DNA gave James Watson and Francis Crick information about DNA's A. location within the cell. B. optimal temperature range. C. structure. D. function.

Weegy: C. structure
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User: DNA nucleotides are made up of A. a sugar group, an amino acid group and a nitrogenous base. B. a phosphate group, a sugar group and a nitrogenous base. C. a protein group, a sugar group and a nitrogenous base. D. a phosphate group, a starch group and a nitrogenous base

Weegy: . a phosphate group, a sugar group and a nitrogenous base.
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User: The new tools of genetic engineering allow us to manipulate __________ directly. A. bacteria B. DNA C. RNA D. cell membranes

User: For this year's corn crop a farmer chooses to plant the seeds of the best-tasting corn plants from last year's crop. This is an example of A. whole animal cloning B. gene cloning C. natural selection D. artificial selection

Weegy: D. artificial selection
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User: For this year's corn crop a farmer chooses to plant the seeds of the best-tasting corn plants from last year's crop. This is an example of A. whole animal cloning B. gene cloning C. natural selection D. artificial selection

Weegy: The answer is c. Natural selection, because the farmer is using evidence(last years crops) to make this years decision.
Expert answered|cmc122|Points 20|

User: Whole animal cloning puts a nucleus from a cell of one animal into A. a sperm cell from another animal. B. an egg cell from another animal. C. the plasmid of a bacterium. D. the chromosome of a bacterium.

Weegy: D. the chromosome of a bacterium.
Expert answered|lisawelch|Points 5234|

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