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Which of the following makes up a molecule of water? A. one atom of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen B. one atom of sodium and one atom of chlorine C. one atom of hydrogen and two atoms of oxygen D. two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen
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A purebred chicken with white feathers is crossed with a purebred chicken that has black feathers. Each of their offspring has both black and white feathers. Why does this happen? A. The alleles for feather color are neither dominant nor recessive. B. Both alleles for feather color are recessive. C. Both alleles for feather color are dominant. D. Several alleles work together to determine the trait..
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A purebred chicken with white feathers is crossed with a purebred chicken that has black feathers. Each of their offspring has both black and white feathers. This happens because C. Both alleles for feather color are dominant.

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An organism’s physical appearance is its __________ A. genotype. B. phenotype. C. codominance. D. heterozygous.
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