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Question number: 711

» Mendel and Hereditary

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Mendel studied inheritance of seven pairs of traits with 21 possible combinations in Pea. If you are told that in one of these combinations, independent assortment is not observed in later studies, what would you suggest then

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a.

Independent assortment principle may be wrong

b.

Mendel might not have studied all the combinations

c.

Later studies may be wrong.

d.

It is impossible

e.

All of the above

Question number: 712

» DNA and Evolution

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If Darwin’s pangenesis theory revealed resemblance with theory of inheritance of acquired characters, then what is correct?

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a.

There should be some physical basis of inheritance

b.

Useful organs becomes strong and developed while useless organs become extinct

c.

Size of organs increase with aging

d.

Development of organs is due to will power

e.

None of the above

Question number: 713

» Cell

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Fermentation products of yeast are

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a.

Methyl alcohol and carbon dioxide

b.

Ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide

c.

Water and carbon dioxide

d.

Methyl alcohol and water

e.

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Question number: 714

» Mendel and Hereditary

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Of both normal parents, the chance of a male child becoming colour blind are

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Possible only when mother’s father was colour blind

b.

Possible only when father’s mother was colour blind

c.

No

d.

Possible only when all the four grand parents had normal vision

e.

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