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  1. josedavid
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    A body cell has been growing and synthesizing proteins. In the nucleus of this body cell, DNA replication is taking place, and a copy of the cell's genetic material is copied. Which of the following is the best conclusion you can make about the life cycle of this cell? The cell is ready to undergo mitosis, and a chemical signal will send the cell to prophase. The cell is undergoing meiosis and will cross over the genetic material next. The cell is in the S phase of interphase and will move next to the G2 phase. The cell is in the G2 phase of interphase and is ready to begin dividing.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    this doesn't look like math.

  3. Agl202
    • one year ago
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    C. The cell is in the S phase of inter-phase and will move next to the G2 phase. as long as I remember.

  4. josedavid
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    The pedigree chart below shows the individuals in a family who exhibit a certain trait. Based on the information in the chart, what are the chances that a second child born to couple 4-5 in the third generation will show the trait? A diagram of a pedigree chart. At the top of the chart are two individuals: one indicated by a green circle and one by a green square. At the next level down, the green circle is paired with a black square and the green square is paired with a black circle. From the green circle/black square pairing, there are three offspring: a green circle, a green square, and a black square. From the green square/black circle pairing, there are eight offspring: three black circles and four black squares. Two of the black squares are identical twins. One of the black circles is paired with another black square. This pairing produced one green circle. 25 percent 50 percent 100 percent 0 percent

  5. annmeez
    • one year ago
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    have you considered using punnet squares?

  6. josedavid
    • one year ago
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    nope

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