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  • 1. Vocabulary Review GENETICS
  • 2. Study of how characteristics are transmitted from parent to offspring GENETICS
  • 3. The father of genetics GREGOR MENDEL
  • 4. Physical feature determined by the genotype PHENOTYPE
  • 5. Plant used by Mendel for his hereditary studies GARDEN PEAS
  • 6. Transmission of characteristics from parent to offspring HEREDITY
  • 7. A genetically determined characteristic TRAIT
  • 8. Stronger of two alleles that shows up most often DOMINANT
  • 9. Transferring pollen grains from anthers to the stigma of flowers POLLINATION
  • 10. How garden peas are pollinated SELF POLLINATION
  • 11. Female part of a flower STIGMA
  • 12. Having identical alleles (AA or aa) HOMOZYGOUS
  • 13. Another term for a heterozygous genotype HYBRID
  • 14. Law stating that a pair of alleles will separate whenever gametes are formed LAW OF SEGREGATION
  • 15. F 1 Dihybrid phenotypic ratio 9:3:3:1
  • 16. A genotype having one dominant and one recessive allele HETEROZYGOUS
  • 17. Law stating that alleles separate independently of each other when sperm and eggs are formed LAW OF INDEPENDENT ASSORTMENT
  • 18. F 1 Monohybrid Genotypic ratio 1:2:1
  • 19. F 1 Monohybrid Phenotypic ratio 3:1
  • 20. How Mendel pollinated garden peas CROSS POLLINATION
  • 21. Male part of a flower ANTHER/STAMEN
  • 22. The generation of true-breeding plants that Mendel used first P 1 GENERATION
  • 23. Two forms of a gene ALLELES
  • 24. Instructions on DNA that code for specific proteins or traits GENES
  • 25. The weaker of two alleles in a pair that is often masked by the dominant allele RECESSIVE
  • 26. Gene combination in the offspring GENOTYPE
  • 27. Dominance that occurs whenever both alleles for a trait are expressed CODOMINANCE
  • 28. Type of genetics that studies the genes and chromosomes of an organism MOLECULAR GENETICS
  • 29. Type of letter used to represent a dominant allele CAPITAL
  • 30. What Mendel called alleles in his experiments with pea plants FACTORS
  • 31. The likelihood that an event will occur like tossing heads or tails on a coin PROBABILITY
  • 32. Cross involving two traits DIHYBRID
  • 33. Dominance that occurs whenever the hybrid genotype produces a new, intermediate phenotype INCOMPLETE DOMINANCE
  • 34. Used to solve genetics problems PUNNETT SQUARE
  • 35. Generation of all hybrids produced by crossing two pure organisms F 1 GENERATION
  • 36. Crossing a hybrid with a pure organism is this type of cross (1:1) TESTCROSS
  • 37. Genetic cross involving a single trait MONOHYBRID
  • 38. Type of dominance in which the dominant allele is always expressed COMPLETE DOMINANCE
  • 39. Generation that shows a 3:1 ratio of phenotypes F 2 GENERATION
  • 40.