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The physical expression of the genotype is called: A. offspring B. reproduction C. phenotype D. none of the above
The physical expression of the genotype is called phenotype.
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Reproductive cells are called A. diploids. B. haploids. C. gametes. D. chromosomes.
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Reproductive cells are called: GAMETES.
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Organisms that have a mixed pair of alleles- such as Rr- are said to be A. homozygous. B. heterozygous. C. dominant. D. recessive.
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Organisms that have a mixed pair of alleles- such as Rr- are said to be heterozygous.

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There are 46 chromosomes in the nucleus of a human liver cell.
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