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Study guide for the 3rd Period

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    • BIOLOGY 2<br />THIRD PERIOD – STUDY GUIDE<br />Mendel’s factors are called …<br />When plants in Mendel’s experiments were allowed to self-pollinate, what happened?<br />Organisms with different genotypes may have the same phenotype<br />Incomplete dominance is…<br />Codominance is…<br />Dominance is…<br />The term “multiple alleles” refers to…<br />The term “polygenic traits” refers to…<br />Mendel’s principles of genetics apply to all organisms<br />Meiosis results in the formation of four 1N (haploid) daughter cells<br />DNA<br />Definition<br />Structure<br />Location<br />Replication<br />Rule of Chargaff’s<br />Base Pairing<br />RNA<br />Transcription<br />Translation<br />3 types of RNA<br />Introns/Exons<br />GENES<br />Definition<br />Alleles<br />GENETIC CODE<br />Probability<br />Punnet Squares<br />Principle of Independent Assortment<br />Phenotype/Genotype<br />Homozygous/Heterozygous organisms<br />MUTATIONS<br />Different types of Mutations<br />Substitution<br />Insertion<br />Deletion<br />Duplication<br />Inversion<br />Translocation<br />PAGE 271 – PROBLEM SOLVING – “Producing True-Breeding Seeds”<br />Read and answer each section:-Defining the Problem<br />-Organizing Information<br />-Creating a Solution<br />-Presenting Your Plan<br />This Assessment must be in computer, to hand in before the exam.<br />