Which pair is incorrect?

(1) Haemophilia - X linked recessive

(2) baldness - X- linked dominance

(3) colour blindness- X linked recessive

(4) antler in deer - sex limited.

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A pure breeding pea plant with the dominant phenotype of character A and recessive phenotype of character B was crossed with another pure breeding plant with the recessive phenotype of character A and dominant phenotype character B. Offspring of this cross was crossed with a homozygous recessive for both the characters A and B. The following results were obtained. 

22 were phenotypically dominant of A and recessive of B

22 were phenotypically recessive for both A and B

22 were phenotypically recessive for A and dominant for B

22 were phenotypically dominant for both A and B 

The results show that 

(1) genes A and B are linked

(2) independent segregation of genes A and B

(3) Mendelian dihybrid inheritance

(4) polygenic inheritance.

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Which of the following is not a X-linked recessive disease?

(1) Haemophilia 

(2) Colour blindness

(3) β thalassemia

(4) Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.

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A pure tall red plant is crossed with a pure dwarf white plant. The progenies thus produced in F1 generations are selfed. The different types of gametes that will be produed in F2 generaion will be

(1) 2

(2) 4

(3) 8

(4) 16

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Which of the following chromosomal disorders is the commonest in the new borns?

(1) Edward's syndrome

(2) Patau's syndrome

(3) Down's syndrome

(4) None of these. 

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An inherited character and its detectable variant is termed as

(1) unit factor

(2) trait

(3) genetic profile

(4) genotypic charcter

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A diagramatic representation of karyotype of a species is referred to as its

(1) idiogram

(2) hologram

(3) karyogram

(4) Both 1 and 3

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Which of the following is not an autosomal genetic disorder ?

(1) Sickle-cell anaemia

(2) Cystic fibrosis

(3) Haemophilia

(4) Huntington's disease

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Study the pedigree chart of a family showing the inheritance of myotonic dystrophy.

The trait under study is 

(1) dominant X-linked

(2) recessive X-linked

(3) autosomal dominant

(4) recessive Y-linked.

 

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The ratio in a dihybrid test cross between two individuals is given by

(1) 2:1

(2) 1:2:1

(3) 3:1

(4) 1:1:1:1

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