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Anonymous bunnyliv
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2 months ago
When organisms look alike are they always twins?

Question options:

Yes when organisms look alike they are always twins. You can tell because their major features will be identical.


No when organisms look alike they are not always twins. You need to look at their DNA sequence to determine if they are twins or not.


Yes, when organisms look alike they are always twins. You done even need to look alike and still be a twin.  This happens often with the use of fertility drugs.


No when organisms look alike they are not always twins. Even if you look at their DNA sequence to determine this it may not be conclusive.


How can you identify twins?
Question  options:

a)

look the same

b)

DNA fingerprints match


c)

same parents

d)

fingerprints match


Which codon controlled eye colour?
Question  options:

a)

Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


b)

Condon 6 - bands 16-18


c)

Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9


d)

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3


Which codon controlled skin colour?
Question  options:

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3


Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9


Condon 6 - bands 16-18


Which codon controlled spots?

Question  options:

a)

Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


b)

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3


c)

Condon 6 - bands 16-18


d)

Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9


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Anonymousbio_man
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2 months ago
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When organisms look alike are they always twins?

Question options:

Yes when organisms look alike they are always twins. You can tell because their major features will be identical.


** No when organisms look alike they are not always twins. You need to look at their DNA sequence to determine if they are twins or not.


Yes, when organisms look alike they are always twins. You done even need to look alike and still be a twin.  This happens often with the use of fertility drugs.


No when organisms look alike they are not always twins. Even if you look at their DNA sequence to determine this it may not be conclusive.


How can you identify twins?
Question  options:

a)

look the same

b)

** DNA fingerprints match


c)

same parents

d)

fingerprints match


Quote
Which codon controlled eye colour?
Question  options:

a)

Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


b)

Condon 6 - bands 16-18


c)

Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9


d)

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3

Bands 7-9 determine eye colour differences, codon 3.

Quote
Which codon controlled skin colour?
Question  options:

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3


Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9


Condon 6 - bands 16-18

Bands 18-20.indicate skin colour, codon 6.

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Which codon controlled spots?

Question  options:

a)

Condon 2 - bands 2 to 4


b)

Condon 1 - bands 1 to 3


c)

Condon 6 - bands 16-18


d)

Condon 3 - bands 7 to 9

Bands 1-3 determine if a frog will be spotted or not, codon 1.
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2 months ago
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