Genes & Alleles Practice Problems
A gene is a specific unit of hereditary information that can be found at a specific position in a chromosome called:
Which of the following is an example of haploid cells?
An individual having two or more complete sets of chromosomes derived from different species is referred to as a/an ___________.
Which of the following does not describe an allele?
What is the sentence that does not describe the gene-chromosome relationship?
Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Of the 23 pairs, ____ pairs are autosomes and ____ pair(s) are sex chromosomes.
An alloploid plant species C was created by two plant species A and B. If the diploid number of alloploid species C is 24 what will be the diploid number of species A and B respectively?