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Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromosomes would be present in a typical cell during the G1 phase of the cell cycle? (Just give a number!)

10. Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromatids would be present during the G1 phase of the cell cycle? (Just give a number!) (2)

11. Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromatids would be present just before the cell goes through mitosis? (Just give a number!) (2)

12. Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromatids would be present in each (one) daughter cell at the end of mitosis? (Just give a number!) (2)

13. Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromatids would be present just before the cell goes through meiosis (just give a number!)? (2)

14. Imagine an organism with a diploid number of 16. How many chromatids would be present in each (one) daughter cell at the end of meiosis? (Just give a number!) (2)


15. EXPLAIN the difference(s) between a dyad (double-stranded chromosome) and a pair of homologous chromosomes. Include the concept of “genes” and “alleles” in your answer.

16. What do we mean when we use the phrase “reduction division” (what is the significance of the “reduction division”)? When does the reduction division occur?

17. The ability to hear is dependent on two different genes (gene “E” and gene “H”). An individual must possess at least one dominant allele for each gene in order to hear (not be deaf).   If the individual is homozygous recessive for either gene, that person will be deaf. A deaf man marries a deaf woman and all of their 7 children can hear. What are the genotypes of the two parents?

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