Zoology MCQs for Lecturer PPSC FPSC KKPSC SPSC Test No. 42

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Zoology
Subject Zoology Test 42
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 42

1 / 25

The most common phenotype in a natural population is referred to as the____.

2 / 25

Using the product rule, what is the likelihood of obtaining a RRYY plant from dihybrid ( RrYy) parents?

3 / 25

Humans are diploid and have 46 chromosomes ( or two sets). How many sets of chromosomes are found in each human gamete?

4 / 25

Mutant tetraploid plants____.

5 / 25

Lethal alleles are usually:

6 / 25

Linked genes can be separated by anywhere from___ to ____ centimorgans.

7 / 25

Which of these terms applies to an  organism with extra sets of chromosomes?

8 / 25

How many map units is a recombination frequency of 5% equal to?

9 / 25

In an X- linked, or sex- linked, trait it is the contribution of____ the determines whether a son will display the trait.

10 / 25

Human mitochondria____.

11 / 25

A particular allele can have different effects if it is inherited from a male rather than a female. This phenomenon is known as____.

12 / 25

Most polyploid plants arise as a result of___.

13 / 25

If 60 out of 100 cats that inherit the dominant allele  for polydactyly actually have extra digits the allele is said to be____.

14 / 25

Both chloroplasts and mitochondria___.

15 / 25

A cross of a red flowered Snapdragon plant with a white- flowered Snapdragon produces a plant with pink flowers. This is an example of____.

16 / 25

Identical twins result when a single fertilized egg divides in two. Another term for identical twin is ___.

17 / 25

If a fragment of a chromosome breaks off and then reattaches to the original chromosome at the same place but in the reverse direction, the resulting chromosomal abnormality is called___.

18 / 25

ABO blood type is an example of which type of dominance?

19 / 25

A particular diploid plant species has 48 chromosomes, or two sets. A mutation occurs and gametes with 48 chromosomes are produced. If self fertilization occurs, the  gametes will have____ set(s) of chromosomes.

20 / 25

A ___ appears to be an  inherited trait but is instead  caused by an environmental factor.

21 / 25

Humans are diploid and have 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are found in each human gamete?

22 / 25

If two genes are linked, __.

23 / 25

Marfan syndrome and porphyria were historically difficult to trace through families or determine their mode of inheritance because of the variety of symptoms of each disease. Disorders or traits with many symptoms are____.

24 / 25

___ is the process by which haploid gametes form a diploid zygote.

25 / 25

What is the probability that a male will inherit an X- linked recessive allele from his father?

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