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what is the difference between acquired and inherited traits ?
Why evolution should not be equated with "progress" ?
why do the progeny of a tall plant with round seed and a short plant with wrinkled seed look like ? why?
Genotypic ratio of dihybrid cross?
How do Mendel's experiments show that traits are inherited independently??
difference between inherited and acquired trait????
a trait may be inherited, but may not be expressed. justify this statement with the help of a suitable example.
how are the areas of study - evolution and classification - interlinked?
State the typr of plant not found in F1 generation but appeared in F2 generation, mentioning the reason for the same?
How do mendel's experiment show that traits may be dominant or recessive ?
what are acquired traits? acquired traits are not capable of directing evolution justify bu 3 reasons.
A couple wants to space the birth of their second child. Suggest one preventive method which could be observed.
(A)By the husband
(B)By the wife for the same
why did mendel choose pea plant for his experiment?
difference between homologous and analogous organ?????
Evolution cannot be equated with progress . Explain
What are the advantages and Disadvantages of Variation??
how fossils are formed? how we can determine the age of fossil ?
How is the sex of the child determined in human beings?
what do u mean by contrasting trait??
What are Mendel's three laws of inheritance?
describe any three ways in which individuals with a particular trait may increase in population?
In pisum sativum the pods may be inflated (I-dominant) or contricted (i-recessive). What proportion of the offspring in the following crosses would be expected to be inflated
a) II x ii b)ii x ii c)II xII d)Ii x Ii
What are homologous and analogous organs in plant and animals? Please explain in breif with their pictures.
1. What is the function of genes in an organism?
Variation is useful for the survival of species overtime but the variants have unequal change of survival.Explain this statement.
A man with blood group A marries a woman with blood group O and their daughter has blood group O.Is this information enough to tell you which of the traits --blood group A or O is dominant ?Why or Why not ?
why did mendel carry out experiment with two traits?
What is natural selection and genetic drift?
How are evolution and classification related?
what is speciation????????????
a bacterial cell is different from cells of other organisms .name the feature which makes it different from others
1) Law of Segregation
2) Law of Dominance
3) Law of Independent Assortment
Are the fins of fish and flippers of whale ,homologous or analogous?
A basket of vegetables contain carrot, potato, radish and tomato. Which of them represent the correct homologous structures?
a) Carrot and potato
b) Carrot and tomato
c) Radish and carrot
d) Radish and potato
Q4)What is the genetic material?what is its importance?Q5)What are recessive genes?Q6)What are dominant genes?Q7)Name the cells which possess half the number of chromosomes in human beings? (hint-germ or reproductive cells)Q8)State the advantages of sexual reproduction?Q9)Name any two contrasting characters noticed by Mendel in the garden pea plants.Q10)State the ratio of plants produced in the monohybrid cross in the F1 and F2 generation?
an organic compound 'X' on heating with conc. H2SO4 fors a compound 'Y' which on addition of nickel forms a compound 'Z'.One molecule of compound One molecule of compound 'Z'on combustion forms two molecules of CO2 and three molecules of H2O.identify giving reasons the compound X ,Y, and Z. write a chemical for all the reactions involved.
what is genetic drift and natural selection
in a tobacco plant the male gamete has 24 chromosomes. State the number of chromosomes in 1)egg nucleus 2)zygote 3)endosperm 4)leaf cell. PLEASE GIVE ME EXPLAINATION ALSO!!!!!!!!!!!
what conclusion was drawn by mendel after obtaining F2 progeny in a dihybrid cross
what is the importance of DNA copying in reproduction?why is variations beneficial to the species but not necessary to an individual? explain
WHAT IS ANALOGOUS ORGAN IN PLANTS ?EXPLAIN WITH EXAMPLE.
1 How many chromosomes are there in the human (a) ovum (b) liver cell ?
what are homologous organs and anologous organs.? give example? how are they provides evidence in support of evolution??
pls show f1,f2 and f3 generation of dihybrid cross
Only variations that confer an advantage to an individual organism will survive in a population. Do you agree with this statement? Why and why not
what are the significance of reproduction?
give examples of acquired traits and inherited traits and mention the differences between them...
How is tthe stability of DNA of the species ensured?
you have a basket of vegetable which contains carrot, potato, tomatto, ginger, radish, sweet potato. select two vegetable that represent currect homologous structure
a) potao and sweet potato
b)carrot and radish
c) potato and carrot
d) sweet potao and tomatto
(a) where are genes located?
(b) what is gene?
(c) what is the nature of genes?
the reproductive cell undergo reduction division. write the number of different types of gametes produced from one XX and one XY. also find the ratio of X to Y ?
Sweet potato and potato are homologous organs or analogous organs.
kindly explain 1)Genetic Drift, 2)Gene Flow, 3)Natural Selection......How is Blood Group determined in humans????
why are traits acquired during the lifetime of an individual not inherited..
which of these belong to the homologous category...from a basket of fruits and vegetable....(potato , raddish , carrot , and tomato.)
a> potato and carrot
b. carrot and raddish
c. potato and raddish
d.tomato and potato
what do you mean by accumulation of variation
A study found that children with light-coloured eyes are likely to have parents with light-coloured eyes. On this basis, can we say anything about whether the light eye colour trait is dominant or recessive? Why or why not?
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Is there any difference between heredity and inheritance?
A Mendelian experiment consisted of breeding tall pea plants bearing violet flowers with short pea plants bearing white flowers. The progeny all bore violet flowers, but almost half of them were short. This suggests that the genetic make-up of the tall parent can be depicted as
Why cannot it be (D) TtWw ? Why is it WW?
What are vestigial organs and give some examples?? Also what are alleles??
Define artificial selection. Explain it with help of example.
give examples of homologous organs in plants..??
What is rudimentary eye?
How are characteristics transmitted to progeny ? Explain pls..
list three factors responsible for speciation.Describe each one of them?
Can the wings of birds and bat be considered homologous organs? Why ? why not.
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