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  1. josedavid
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  2. josedavid
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    Which of the following best describes what happens to a cell's genetic material during the process of meiosis II? Sister chromatids are separated from each other to form diploid daughter cells. Homologous chromosomes are separated from each other to form diploid daughter cells. Sister chromatids are separated from each other to form gametes. Homologous chromosomes are separated from each other to form gametes.

  3. anonymous
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    Sister chromatids are separated from each other to form gametes. http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/genetics/vgec/schoolscolleges/topics/cellcycle-mitosis-meiosis

  4. ayeeeitskateee
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    Homologous chromosomes are separated to form gametes during meiosis I and sister chromatids are separated from each other to form haploid daughter cells during meiosis II

  5. ayeeeitskateee
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    What do you think it would be?

  6. josedavid
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    thank i need help in more questiosn

  7. ayeeeitskateee
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    Okay, tell me. :)

  8. josedavid
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    Nancy and Paul are designing an experiment to measure the amount of honey produced by each of the bee hives they keep. What should Paul and Nancy do to ensure a fair comparison between all the hives? Create a scale that can measure the density of the harvested honey. Take pictures of the combs before and after they are removed from the hive. Document the number of honey-making bees per hive. Establish a standard unit and method for measuring the honey.

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    A man who smokes heavily has developed lung cancer. The tobacco smoke has caused mutations in some of the cells in his lungs, making them unable to stop reproducing and dividing. He is worried that his children, none of whom smoke, may have inherited the lung cancer from him. Under what circumstances might his concern for his children be justified? If his smoking had already mutated the DNA in the cells in his lungs at the time his children were conceived, the mutations would have been passed to his children. If he inherited a mutation which made him more susceptible to lung cancer, it may have been present in some of the gametes he produced and passed to his children. If the mutation resulted from the duplication of a gene in his lung cells, his children would be at greater risk than if it were caused by a base pair substitution. If the smoke had caused multiple different mutations in his lung cells, it would be more likely that one or more of the mutations would be passed to his children.

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    n humans, the allele for having dimples is dominant to the allele for not having dimples. What would you expect to see in the offspring of a woman with dimples who is homozygous (DD) and a man who is heterozygous (Dd) for the trait? None of their offspring will have dimples. All of their offspring will have dimples. The probability of their offspring having dimples is 50 percent. Their offspring will have a 75 percent chance of having dimples.

  11. ayeeeitskateee
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    The first one would be C. That is because the same amount of bees should be present to show the difference in the amount of honey they make.

  12. josedavid
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    thank and the second one

  13. ayeeeitskateee
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    I think you should make a new question for each question. By answering multipule questions and only getting one medal, that is not fair to the person helping. (For future reference.) but I think it would be B only if his father has gametes which are more susceptible to mutation for lung cancer can be passed on then his doubt can be justified

  14. ayeeeitskateee
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    For the last one, I think a chart would be necessary. Let me draw one up.

  15. ayeeeitskateee
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    Do you know what a punnett square is?

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