• Difference between Natural Vegetative Propagation and Artificial Vegetative Propagation...??? 10 points..!!!!?

    I am in 7th standard and I need this answer for my exam.. My exam is day after tomorrow...!!!!!!!!!! Can you tell me 2 differences..?? Remember I am in 7th... So I need a quite simple but not so simple answer..!!!!!!!!
    I am in 7th standard and I need this answer for my exam.. My exam is day after tomorrow...!!!!!!!!!! Can you tell me 2 differences..?? Remember I am in 7th... So I need a quite simple but not so simple answer..!!!!!!!!
    3 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Should I drop religion and become an atheist?

    I am taking this class called "BIOL 402-Evolution" and day by day it is strengthening my beliefs that there is no god. There is so much evidence behind evolution and 'almost' to no evidence behind the existence of god. whatever 'evidence' there is behind the existence of god is in the books that have been altered from... show more
    I am taking this class called "BIOL 402-Evolution" and day by day it is strengthening my beliefs that there is no god. There is so much evidence behind evolution and 'almost' to no evidence behind the existence of god. whatever 'evidence' there is behind the existence of god is in the books that have been altered from generation to generation. After posting this question, I might get struck by lightning and die, but this does not mean that god was angry at me; It was just bound to happen. We have to stop making stupid correlations and think logically. Who created god? Who created the creators of god? Of course I can't tell my parents about this or they will kick me out of college. But between you and me---THERE IS NO GOD!!!!!!!
    15 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • The following ratios are determined for a trihybrid cross?

    The following ratios are determined for a trihybrid cross in which the gametes assort independently: A1 : A2 = ¼ : ¾ B1 : B2 = ¼ : ¾ C1 : C2 = ¾ : ¼ What is the probability that the F2 offspring will have the phenotype A1B1C1?
    The following ratios are determined for a trihybrid cross in which the gametes assort independently: A1 : A2 = ¼ : ¾ B1 : B2 = ¼ : ¾ C1 : C2 = ¾ : ¼ What is the probability that the F2 offspring will have the phenotype A1B1C1?
    1 answer · Botany · 7 years ago
  • How many loci is in this?

    I have this 1. JjUUOo... 2. SDe/sDE im just wondering if the answer for both of them is 3.. can anyone explain this to me pls ;D
    I have this 1. JjUUOo... 2. SDe/sDE im just wondering if the answer for both of them is 3.. can anyone explain this to me pls ;D
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • How do you cross two codominant heterozygous things?

    R=Red fur B=Blue fur r or b=white Two totally heterozygous purple wuffles mate. Predict the expected phenotypes and the ratios of those phenotypes. Please help.
    R=Red fur B=Blue fur r or b=white Two totally heterozygous purple wuffles mate. Predict the expected phenotypes and the ratios of those phenotypes. Please help.
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Double fertilisation of plants?

    Could someone explain how the double fertilisation in plants works? And also what's a triploid (3n) endosperm nuclei?
    Could someone explain how the double fertilisation in plants works? And also what's a triploid (3n) endosperm nuclei?
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • IA and IB are dominant to ________?

    2 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • A genetics question.?

    a snapdragon that bred true for white petals was crossed to a plant that bred true for yellow petals. All the f1 had white petals. The f1 individuals were then crossed, giving f2 plants with the following phenotypes: white - 245 yellow - 61 spotted - 19 propose a genetic and biochemical explanation for these results, showing the genotypes... show more
    a snapdragon that bred true for white petals was crossed to a plant that bred true for yellow petals. All the f1 had white petals. The f1 individuals were then crossed, giving f2 plants with the following phenotypes: white - 245 yellow - 61 spotted - 19 propose a genetic and biochemical explanation for these results, showing the genotypes for all generations. Thanks for the help.
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Can a single offspring inherit chromosomes from only one parent?

    it for my biology class....i don't really know, i think yes, but idk
    it for my biology class....i don't really know, i think yes, but idk
    4 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Biology:Cross predictions i need help REALLY bad!! PLEASE HELP?

    there is this question: (purple smooth=75, white smooth = 28, purple wrinkled = 24, white wrinkled = 8) Account for the difference between the expected and experimental values PLEASE HELP!!!
    there is this question: (purple smooth=75, white smooth = 28, purple wrinkled = 24, white wrinkled = 8) Account for the difference between the expected and experimental values PLEASE HELP!!!
    3 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • What is the general ratio for a dihybrid cross with linked genes?

    also, What is the general ratio for a dihybrid cross with linked genes and crossing over? Can someone please explain this to me?
    also, What is the general ratio for a dihybrid cross with linked genes and crossing over? Can someone please explain this to me?
    4 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • How would I complete this Chi-square test on Mendel's Di hybrid cross...given the following data :?

    315 round and yellow 101 wrinkled and yellow 108 round and green 32 wrinkled and green I know its the sum of (obs-exp)/exp and then i find the degrees of freedom and look at the chart, but our teacher said something about a mendelian ratio? Please help!!!!
    315 round and yellow 101 wrinkled and yellow 108 round and green 32 wrinkled and green I know its the sum of (obs-exp)/exp and then i find the degrees of freedom and look at the chart, but our teacher said something about a mendelian ratio? Please help!!!!
    3 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Tolong bantu lagi yah soal biologi sma...(***** buat yg bisa)?

    EVOLUSI 1. Diket persentase laki2 buta warna di indonesia sebanyak 8%. mk jumlah wanita karier adalah ... jawaban : 14,72% 2. dlm suatu masyarakat yg berjumlah 4000 penduduk diketahui 20% laki2 hemofilia. berapakah jumlah perempuan normal karier jk perbandingan laki2 dan perempuan adalah 1 : 3? jawaban : 960 orang 3. jk frekuensi golongan darah... show more
    EVOLUSI 1. Diket persentase laki2 buta warna di indonesia sebanyak 8%. mk jumlah wanita karier adalah ... jawaban : 14,72% 2. dlm suatu masyarakat yg berjumlah 4000 penduduk diketahui 20% laki2 hemofilia. berapakah jumlah perempuan normal karier jk perbandingan laki2 dan perempuan adalah 1 : 3? jawaban : 960 orang 3. jk frekuensi golongan darah O dlm suatu populasi adalah 16% dan gen I^A = I^B, mk frekuensi yg bergolongan darah AB adalah ... jawaban : 18% tolong penjelasan dan caranya ya ...please makasih bgt .......
    1 answer · Biologi · 7 years ago
  • Which phenotypes represent the single cross overs (SCOs)?

    In the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, a sable (s, black body) female fly is mated to a male that is garnet (g, pinkish eyes) and forked (f, forked bristles). Phenotypically wild type F1 female progeny were mated to fully homozygous (mutant) males and the following progeny were observed. Sable 4076 garnet, sable 5 garnet, forked... show more
    In the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, a sable (s, black body) female fly is mated to a male that is garnet (g, pinkish eyes) and forked (f, forked bristles). Phenotypically wild type F1 female progeny were mated to fully homozygous (mutant) males and the following progeny were observed. Sable 4076 garnet, sable 5 garnet, forked 4154 wildtype 52 sable, forked 850 forked 7 garnet, forked, sable 43 garnet 813 TOTAL 10,000 Which phenotypes represent the single cross overs (SCOs)? garnet, forked garnet and sable/garnet/forked sable/garnet, forked sable/forked, garnet, wildtype, sable/garnet/forked sable, garnet/forked After you have determined the order of the genes, which gene is in the middle? f s g What are the map distances between the three genes? sable - forked: 1 m.u. garnet - forked: 16.7 m.u. sable - garnet: 17.7 m.u. sable - forked: 1 m.u. garnet - sable: 16.7 m.u. sable - garnet: 17.7 m.u. sable - garnet: 1 m.u. garnet - forked: 16.7 m.u. sable - forked: 17.7 m.u. sable - garnet: 1 m.u. sable - forked: 16.7 m.u. garnet - forked: 17.7 m.u. What is your observed value for DCOs? ________ What is your expected value for DCOs?_________ 16.7, 12 12, 16.7 5, 7 Cannot be determined from the data table.
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Bio hardy weinberg- equilibrium EC question?

    Here's the question, I do not understand how to do it, so If anyone could help me, I'd really appreciate it Thanks! 1.In a population of 50 reproducing adult wolf spiders, 30% are aa individuals and 60% AA individuals. There are no heterozygotes due to non-random mating and genetic drift is not occurring. What is the frequency of h in... show more
    Here's the question, I do not understand how to do it, so If anyone could help me, I'd really appreciate it Thanks! 1.In a population of 50 reproducing adult wolf spiders, 30% are aa individuals and 60% AA individuals. There are no heterozygotes due to non-random mating and genetic drift is not occurring. What is the frequency of h in the gametes produced by these adults? (Show your work & explain in writing your answer)
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Mengapa jarum suntik dapat menularkan AIDS, tetapi nyamuk tidak bisa?

    Jelaskan ya
    Jelaskan ya
    6 answers · Biologi · 7 years ago