Question: 1. How does meiosis increase the genetic variability of a species? 2. Can a man pass on traits lo…


1. How does meiosis increase the genetic variability of a species? 2. Can a man pass on traits located on his maternal chromosomes? Explain your answer. 3. What is the difference between a persons genotype and their phenotype? If the trait of an allele is dominant, does that mean it is more frequently seen in the population? Explain your answer. 4. 5. Two parents who are both heterozygous for a trait have four children. The first three show the dominant phenotype. Does their fourth child have the recessive phenotype? Explain your answer. yr 6. Explain the difference between co-dominant and incompletely dominant traits. Questions continue on the next page.

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1. How does meiosis increase the genetic variability of a species? 2. Can a man pass on traits located on his maternal chromosomes? Explain your answer. 3. What is the difference between a person's genotype and their phenotype? If the trait of an allele is "dominant", does that mean it is more frequently seen in the population? Explain your answer. 4. 5. Two parents who are both heterozygous for a trait have four children. The first three show the dominant phenotype. Does their fourth child have the recessive phenotype? Explain your answer. yr 6. Explain the difference between co-dominant and incompletely dominant traits. Questions continue on the next page.

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