407 Answered Questions for the topic genetics

Genetics Science Biology

10/18/21

If a mutation is irreversible, then the original allele will eventually go extinct in the population. (True or False)

I said it was false because I think the original allele can be recessive and also I think it means that mutation will become fixed.

10/18/21

When are Alleles identical by descent?

A) they are molecularly indistinguishable. B) they are functionally equivalent. C) they are derived from the same ancestral copy. I believe it's the last one, but I am not sure.

10/18/21

Which of the following forces always adds genetic diversity?

A) MutationB) Genetic driftC) MigrationD) Selection(i think the answer is mutation, but I'm not sure)
Genetics

10/14/21

Genetics: Light coloured vs dark coloured clams: Population drift: Gene Fitness

Suppose your model of selection represents the change in frequency of plain white coquina clams because predatory birds see and remove them more quickly from a beach with dark-colored sand. If... more
Genetics Biology

10/09/21

Why F1 generation predictions are identical and dominate though literal results can be different?

In my genetics unit, I am doing a major assignment on the F1 and F2 generations of canola plants, looking at the two traits of stem colour and plant height. We made predictions about the F1 and F2... more
Genetics Karyotype

09/24/21

Genetics (Karyotyping Activity)

Patient C died shortly after birth, with a multitude of anomalies, including polydactyly and a cleft lip. Chromosomes were obtained from a tissue sample.What are the diagnosis?What are the... more
Genetics

09/16/21

Gibson assembly

Gibson assembly requires careful calculation of the molar amounts of each piece being assembled. What would happen if there was significantly more insert than plasmid present?
Genetics

09/05/21

genetics question

Hello, I was wondering in genetics I am in need of some help with understanding the short cut of doing monohybrid and dihybrid crosses. Like I am confused with the question how many different... more

 Discuss 3 influences in Genetic and Biochemistry in relation to Molecular Biology.

explain the relation of genetic and Biochemistry in Molecular Biology.
Genetics

07/31/21

DROSOPHILA DIHYBRID CROSS

I did a cross between Wildtype wing shape, hairy bristles female and vestigial wings, wildtype bristles male. All the F1 progeny was wildtype as expected. The F2 also showed 9:3:3:1. The chi square... more
Genetics

07/20/21

Central Dogma of Molecular Genetics

1. Assuming the presence of the complementary strand , what is the percentage composition of the polymer with respect to the A-T base pair and with respect to the C-G base pair?2. In the given... more
Genetics

07/20/21

Central Dogma of Molecular Genetics

Assuming the presence of the complementary strand , what is the percentage composition of the polymer with respect to the A-T base pair and with respect to the C-G base pair?2. In the given... more
Genetics Biology

07/09/21

Question about meiosis

number of chiasmata during the stage of diakinesis:a) increasesb) decreasesc) remains the samed) there is no kiazmaExplain the answer
Genetics Biology

07/02/21

explain the importance of statistical concepts and tools in genetic study

give the importance of statistical concepts and tools in genetic study
Genetics Biology

07/01/21

Why are statistical tools needed in the understanding of the transmission of traits in the field of Genetics?

 List 3 and in few words give a few descriptions and the importance of each 
Genetics Biology

06/30/21

explain the relevance of a Chi-square test in Genetics.

explain the relevance of a Chi-square test in Genetics.
Genetics Biology

06/30/21

Relate how toss or flip of a coin to have a boy or a girl for a couple who wants their first child to be so. 

 Relate how toss or flip of a coin and its two possible events to happen every time it goes into the air to a  possible head or tail appearance to the chance to have a boy or a girl for a couple... more
Genetics Biology Biology

06/30/21

Why are mathematical /statistical tools needed in the understanding of the transmission of traits in the field of Genetics?

List 3 and in few words give a few descriptions and the importance of each
Genetics Biology

06/23/21

If cell division during gametogenesis is non-meiotic, what is its consequence to the future generation of diploid organisms?

what is the consequence of the future generation of diploid organisms, if cell division during gametogenesis is non-meiotic. Explain further about this question
Genetics

06/19/21

Discuss briefly the results of Gregor Mendel experiments on the color of the pod of Pisum sativum.

Discuss the result of Gregor Mendel's Pea plant experiment on the color of the pod of Pisum sativum.
Genetics Biology

06/10/21

What are the phenotypes, by sex, of their possible offspring?

Brown eyes (B) is dominant to blue eyes (b) in people. Hemophilia is a sex linked trait (Xh) that is recessive to normal blood clotting (XH). A heterozygous brown-eyed woman who is a carrier... more
Genetics Biology

06/08/21

Give the genotype of each wife and state whether or not she is colorblind.

Anthony, a colorblind person got married, divorced, and remarried. His and his first wife, Linda, has a colorblind son, a colorblind daughter, a normal son and a normal daughter. He and his current... more
Genetics Biology Ap Biology

06/08/21

Sickle Cell Anemia Frequency and Malaria Effects

Sickle cell anemia is a genetically inherited autosomal recessive trait in which results in a condition that there are not enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body due to... more

I want to get some sort on assessment regarding previous IT/Bioinformatics/Genetics/Math/Stats uni study?

Hi there,I want to go back to Uni re completing a degree after breaks due to illness hence I would like help regarding finding out what I remember or don't and a revision plan. I have studied... more
Genetics Biology

05/27/21

Dihybrid Inheritance Question below

A species of bird is threatened with extinction because its habitat is being destroyed by deforestation. As a research ecologist, you have been chosen to ensure the genetic diversity of the... more

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