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    • Biology Bingo
    • The genotype of a female
    • The number of chromosomes in a diploid cell
    • The process of cell division in sex cells
    • Two gametes produce a….
    • A genotype in which an individual receives a different allele from each parent
    • The name for a cross in which we are looking for two traits
    • A genotype in which an individual receives the same allele from both parents
    • The physical traits given by the genotype
    • A trait that is found on chromosomes 1-22
    • A portion of DNA that codes for a specific trait
    • A phenotype in which two copies of an allele must be present
    • The genotype of a male
    • The genotype for a homozygous dominant individual
    • A trait that is found only on chromosome X and Y
    • We use this type of graph to show probabilities for offspring
    • The genotype for a homozygous recessive individual
    • The genotype for heterozygous individual
    • A type of frameshift mutation in which nucleotides are removed
    • In the central dogma the process that changes DNA into RNA
    • A cell with only one copy of each chromosome
    • Different versions of a gene
    • A phenotype in which only one copy of an allele needs to be present
    • the combination of alleles is what we call a person’s …
    • The father of genetics