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(a) Charles Darwin.
(b) Albert Einstein.
(c) Dmitri Mendeleev.
(a) the DNA of an organism
(b) the genetic make-up of an organism
(c) the type of gene in question
(d) the order of genes
(a) the F2 generation
(c) the F1 generation.
(d) a genotype.
(a) inheritance of factors from both parents.
(b) inheritance of factors from the male parent only.
(c) inheritance of factors from one parent.
(d) inheritance of factors from the female parent only.
(a) cross chart
(b) Punnet square.
(c) periodic table.
(d) Genetic square.
(a) a trait that is a mix of those seen in the parent
(b) the offspring having a different trait than either parent.
(c) both of the choices
(a) All the offspring will have white flowers
(b) All the offspring will have pink flowers.
(c) All the offspring will have red flowers.
(d) Three-fourths of the offspring will have red flowers and one-fourth will have white flowers.
(a) it explained why only certain traits are passed down from each parent.
(b) it resulted in the creation of the Punnett square.
(c) it showed that physical traits are inherited from both parents.
(d) it showed that the "miniature being" theory was accurate.
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